Caribbean Hold'em Poker
Caribbean Hold’em Poker, like many online poker games, is based on the traditional multi-player Texas Hold’em. Like other Caribbean poker games, however, the multi-player element is removed, and all attention is focused on beating only one opponent: the House.
Caribbean Hold’Em Poker Wagers and Payouts.
To begin the game, you’ll need to place an Ante wager between one and a hundred credits (or five hundred credits, depending on the online casino).
You’ll have the option to also place a side wager on the Progressive Jackpot by clicking the designated Skull coin slot.
Payouts in Caribbean Hold’em put much more emphasis on the Flush-or-better poker hands. Anything below the Flush pays out 1:1, including the Straight and Three-of-a-Kind.
Payouts start awarding with a High Card win.
Royal Flush wins will pay out 100:1 (and 100% of the progressive jackpot, if wagered).
The maximum payout for this game is $50,000. It’s also important to note that the payout ratios are based on the ante bet, not the call bet.
How to Play Caribbean Hold’Em Poker.
Just like any Caribbean-style poker game, the object is to beat the dealer with a better poker hand.
This is easy to do when the Dealer doesn’t qualify; he’ll need at least a Pair of 4’s or better to do that.
Once you’ve indicated it’s time to deal, you’ll be given two face-up cards while the dealer gets his facedown.
The Flop’s three cards are also revealed at this time. If you believe you’ve got what it takes to beat the dealer, hit “Call” and an additional 2 community cards will be added to the Flop. Best hand wins.
Special Features in Caribbean Hold’Em Poker.
RTG Caribbean Hold Em Poker has a lovely progressive jackpot side wager, allowing you access to huge sums of money with an additional bet at the beginning of the each game.
Your winning hand will determine your portion of the Progression Jackpot, and you’ll need at least a Flush to claim anything ($75 for a Flush to 100% of the Jackpot for a Royal Flush).
The game make take a few seconds to load, please do not be discouraged by a black screen.
Patience is key!