Go up against a live dealer in Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em Live, with other bonus bets available.
The bet sizes available in Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em Live range from 50p to £2000.
Rules of the Game
There is one standard deck of 52 cards in play during Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em Live.
The aim of the game is to beat the dealer's hand by getting the best five-card poker card.
You hand is made from a combination of two cards dealt to you and five community cards.
An unlimited number of players can play the same hand simultaneously at one table.
You will have three opportunities during the game to raise, which can only be done once.
The earlier you raise, the more you can wager and win.
Ante and Blind Bets
At the beginning of the game, you have to make an Ante bet and a Blind bet of the same value.
The Ante bet is placed by you, while the Blind bet is placed automatically.
You can also make an optional Trips Bonus bet at this point.
The Initial Bet
Both you and the dealer will receive two starting cards.
Your cards are dealt face-up, while the dealer receives two cards face down.
The Flop and the Raise x2
After the initial bet, you will have three options:
The Turn and River
The Turn and River cards are dealt after the Flop and the Raise x2.
If you did not raise earlier, you have one final chance to Raise x1 or fold your hand.
Folding will lose your Ante and Blind bets.
Dealer's Cards Revealed
After your final decision, the dealer's cards are revealed and the best hands automatically compared.
Any wins are then awarded.
There are a range of different payouts available in this game, as laid out below:
|Four of a Kind||10:1|
|Raise x1||Ante x1||Ante x1|
|Raise x2||Ante x2||Ante x2|
|Raise x3||Ante x3||Ante x3|
|Raise x4||Ante x4||Ante x4|
Trips Bonus Bet
|Four of a Kind||30:1|
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 99.47%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £99.47 of wins.