Play against the live dealer in Caribbean Stud Poker, with two optional side bets to enjoy!
The bet sizes available in Caribbean Stud Poker Live range from 50p to £1,000.
Aim of the Game
The aim of Caribbean Stud Poker Live is to have a better hand than the live dealer, who must have an Ace or King to qualify.
How to Play
To start the game, you need to place an Ante bet.
Both the players and the dealer will then receive five cards each.
The player's cards are dealt face-up, while the dealer's cards are dealt face down.
Note: The dealer's last card is dealt face-up.
There are two optional bets in this game: 5+1 Bonus bet and a Progressive Jackpot side bet.
Both of these side bets are evaluated separately at the end of each game.
5+1 Bonus Bet
With this bet, you win if your five cards plus the dealer's first face-up card create a hand of Three of a Kind or better.
It is only possible to place the 5+1 Bonus bet after the Ante bet has been placed.
The 5+1 Bonus bet isn't affected by a choice to 'Call' or 'Fold'.
Progressive Jackpot Side Bet
The Progressive Jackpot side bet has two levels of payouts: a Progressive Jackpot and lower-value prizes which are fixed.
The Progressive Jackpot is a jackpot that increases progressively and has no maximum value.
You can win the Progressive Jackpot even if you fold or are beaten by the dealer.
Call or Fold
Once you receive your first five cards, you need to decide whether to 'Call' or 'Fold'.
Opting to 'Call' will place a wager worth twice the value of the Ante bet.
Choosing to 'Fold' will lose the cards and the Ante bet.
After you have decided whether to 'Call' or 'Fold', the dealer will reveal their final four hands.
If they don't have an Ace and a King, then they will not qualify.
|Dealer qualifies and the player wins||The Ante bet pays even money and the Call bet wins according to the paytable.|
|Dealer does not qualify and the player wins||The Ante bet pays even money and the Call bet is pushed.|
|The dealer and the player tie||The Ante bet and the Call bet are pushed.|
|The dealer qualifies and beats the player||The Ante bet and Call bet are lost.|
Return to Player
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, with the main bet, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.30 - £98.19 of wins.