Casino Hold’Em is an interesting variation on Texas Hold’Em, but just like Caribbean Stud Poker you are competing against the dealer and not fellow poker players, In effect, this game is another duel between you and the house but the big difference between Caribbean Stud Poker and Casino Hold’Em is that in this game there are community cards. The game was only introduced in live casinos at the start of the century so it’s a relatively new kid on the block but that doesn’t make it any less enjoyable! The choice of games available to players throughout online casino are simply astonishing whether slots, blackjack, roulette or poker are your bag so take a step inside the house where a warm welcome awaits.
The game gets under way in traditional fashion when the player selects a chip which he places into the ‘Ante’ circle and clicks on deal. What happens next is that the player is dealt two face-up cards, followed by the three flop or community cards which are dealt towards the top of the screen. Finally, the dealer receives two hole cards i.e. face down. The player faces two options at this point. He can either fold, which means the game is over and he will lose his ‘Ante’ bet, or he can call. By clicking on the ‘Call’ button the bet will be double the size of the ‘Ante’ stake. The dealer will then draw the two remaining community cards. As in Community Stud Poker the dealer must qualify for the showdown by having a minimum pair of fours in his hand. If he doesn’t then the player wins double the ‘Ante’ stake and the Call bet is returned. If the dealer has qualified then the hands are compared using standard poker rankings but the pay-out is made according to a table which starts at 1:1 for straights or less and runs up to the maximum 100/1 for a royal flush. It’s a game that oozes class and to help you get under way we are handing out a free welcome bonus of 100% up to $/£/€400 (plus 200 free spins) for new players at online casino games.
There is one other option within the game which involves placing a bet on the ‘AA Bonus circle’. The player will be paid at 25:1 if a flush or better appears in a combination of his first two cards plus the three flop cards. Should the player get a pair of aces up to a straight the payout is 7:1. You must make this bet before clicking on the deal button. There’s so much going on at online videopoker so why don’t you check out the range of games we have to offer.