CASINO HOLD'EM FEATURES
DESKTOP MENU FUNCTIONS
MOBILE MENU FUNCTIONS
Includes general information of the games.
You can go back to the lobby or to a desire URL.
Used to redirect the player to acquire more credits
Table number: Indicates the table number of the game
Dealer Name: Indicates the name of the dealer currently playing the table dealers will change their name upon rotation.
Round ID: This is unique round identification number Player Name: Indicates the name of the player
Indicates about the minimum and maximum values allowed on each playing board betting spots.
Automatic bets can be setup. (Automatically Approve Bets)
It will display all betting/winning transactions.
This option will display the current game rules to follow while playing.
Ui can be setup up to 26+ languages.
This mode will allow to play in full screen in desktop mode.
User is able to type a message to connect with the dealer and players in the game.
The Casino Hold’em goal is to beat the Dealer’s hand. Both player and dealer receive two cards in the beginning. Another five flop cards are dealt during the game. The best poker hand wins. The hand is standard and consists of five cards. As long as each player has two cards of his own and five – shared, only the highest combination, of five from these seven, counts. The hands are compared in the end of the game.
Casino Hold’em is played with a standard 52-card deck, mixed after each game. The cards strength goes from highest to lowest in this series: Ace (A), King (K), Queen (Q), Jack (J), 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3 and 2. In some specific cases, the Ace might become the lowest card, less than number 2. All the suits – hearts, spades, diamonds, and clubs – are equal.
The rules are as follows.
1. Play begins with each player making an Ante wager. There is also an optional Progressive Jackpot side bet.
2. The dealer gives the player and himself two hole cards and three community cards face up on the table.
3. Each player must decide to either fold or call. If the player folds, then he gives up his cards and his Ante bet. If the player calls, then the Call bet must be equal to two times the Ante bet.
4. The dealer will then deal two more community cards, for a total of five. The dealer will then turn over his own two cards.
5. Both hands shall be scored according the highest poker value of the two hole cards and five community cards.
6. The dealer must have a pair of fours or better to qualify. If the dealer does not qualify then the Ante will pay according to the Ante pay table below and the Call bet will push.
7. If the dealer qualifies and beats the player, then the player will lose both the Ante and Call.
8. If the dealer qualifies and the player beats the dealer then the Ante will pay according to the Ante pay table below and the Call bet will pay 1 to 1.
9. If the dealer qualifies and the player ties the dealer then both Ante and Call bets will push.
Casino Hold’em starts with Ante bet. You enter the game with this bet. When ready with your Ante bet. The first step is to receive two face-up cards for you, two hidden – for the Dealer and three flop cards – again with faces up.
After receiving your two cards and the three “flop” cards, you have to evaluate your hand and choose among the following:
Fold – just click the Fold button; you lose your Ante bet and the game is over.
Raise – click the Raise button to continue with an additional Call bet, equal to twice the Ante bet. Another two flop cards are dealt.
When all the five flop cards are on the table, the Dealer’s cards are turned over. Your best hand is formed by a combination between your own two cards and the five flop cards. It is the same with the best Dealer’s hand. The hands are compared to each other and the highest one wins the game.
You might make an additional bonus bet – called AA bet. To make an AA bet: first, you have to determine our Ante bet; then click the AA circle, where you put the bet. AA bet counts your two own cards and the three flop cards, dealt on the first round of the game. AA bet is not related to the other dealing results. You might lose the game, but the AA bet might win or vice versa.
The Poker hand consists of five cards. Each higher category hand beats lower category ones: three cards of one denomination beat two sets of two cards; two sets of two cards beat a set of two cards, etc. If the hands are equal and in the same category, the individual cards set up the winner. If the highest cards in players’ hands are equal, the second highest cards should be compared, and so on. Here is an example:
The 7 ♥ wins over the 2 ♣ having the same pair due to the value of the 7.
The comparison continues until the fifth cards are compared.
Note that sixth and seventh cards are not taken in consideration when determining how high the hand is. Your best hand might consist of only one of your own two cards and four of the community cards, even the best hand of a player might consist only of community cards.
Royal Flush – Consists of Ace, King, Queen, Jack and 10, all of the same suit.
Straight Flush – Consists of five cards in sequence, all of the same suit (the Ace might be the weakest card).
Four – Consists of four cards of the same denomination, one in each suit.
Full House – Consists of three cards of one denomination and two cards of another denomination.
Flush – Consists of five cards of the same suit.
Straight – Consists of five cards in sequence of any suit (the Ace might be the weakest card).
Three – Consists of three cards of the same denomination and two unmatched cards.
Two Pair – Consists of two sets of two cards of the same denomination and any fifth card.
One Pair – Consists of two cards of the same denomination and three unmatched cards.
High Card – Made of any five cards not meeting any of the above requirements.
Dealer qualifies only with a hand starting from Pair of 4 and higher.
– If the Dealer does not qualify, you win. In this case, the Ante bet is paid according the table below and the Call bet is returned.
– If the Dealer qualifies and your hand beats the Dealer’s one, the Ante bet is paid according the table below and the Call bet is paid 1:1. If the Dealer qualifies with a hand that beats yours, you lose all bets (Ante and Call).
– If the Dealer qualifies and both your and his hands are equal, all bets are returned to you.
– If you place a bet on AA bonus and you decide to fold the hand your AA bet will stand and payout according to the table in case the criteria is match.
Royal Flush 100:1
Straight Flush 20:1
Four Of a Kind 10:1
Full House 3:1
Three of a Kind 1:1
Two pair 1:1
One pair 1:1
High Card 1:1
Royal Flush 100:1
Straight Flush 50:1
Four Of a Kind 40:1
Full House 30:1
Three of a Kind 7:1
Two pair 7:1
Pair of Aces 7:1