Casino Hold'em Explained

Casino Hold em is one of the best casino games for payout ratio. It's based on Texas Hold em, the most popular form of poker in the world. Because of the high payouts this game is banned from most welcome bonus gambling. Follow the right gameplay and increase your gambling stack.

How to Play Casino Hold'em

  • The game is played with a standard 52 card deck.
  • The player is asked to place an ‘Ante' bet.  This is required by the house in order for the player to take part in the game and the amount is determined by the house.
  • At this point there is also the option for the player to place a side bet (AA Bonus) in the box marked ‘AA'
  • The dealer or croupier will then deal two cards (face down) to the player and two to himself.  These are known as the ‘Hole' or ‘Pocket' Cards.
  • Next the dealer will place 3 cards face up on the table referred to as ‘The Flop'.
  • All players at the table will use The Flop in combination with their pocket cards to get the best possible poker hand.
  • The player must now decide whether to continue by placing a further bet, which must be double the original Ante in a box marked ‘Call' or Fold and lose their Ante and AA Bonus bet.
  • Once these bets have been placed the dealer will open the Pocket cards.  At this point any losing AA Bonus Bets will be taken and any winning AA Bonus Bets will be paid to the player.
  • The dealer will now deal the remaining two communal cards face up leaving a total of five communal cards on the table.
  • At this point the dealer will expose his Pocket Cards to the table.
  • The players best five card combination of Flop and Pocket cards are now compared to the dealer's best combination.
  • The dealer must have a pair of 4s or better to qualify.  Should he not qualify the Ante is paid according to the pay table (see below).
  • Should the dealer qualify but the hands equal the same value the original Ante bet is returned to the player.  This is known as a ‘Push'.
  • Should the dealers hand beat the players hand then the player will lose both the Ante and the Call.
  • If the player beats the dealer then the Ante is paid according to the Pay Table and the Call is paid 1 to 1 (even money).


Pay Table



Royal Flush

100 to 1

Straight Flush

20 to 1

4 of A Kind

10 to 1

Full House

3 to 1


2 to 1

Straight or less

1 to 1



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