Texas Hold’em

Player clicks on chips of selected denomination and then on Ante field to place Ante bet. After placing bet, player clicks DEAL for the cards to be dealt. Player is dealt 2 cards face-up to make their initial hand, also called “hole cards”. Dealer is dealt two cards face-down.

Player has to evaluate their hand strength and choose one of the following options:

  • Fold – by clicking FOLD player forfeits Ante bet. The game is over.
  • Raise – by clicking RAISE player continues playing by placing an additional Raise bet that equals twice the Ante bet. Three “community cards” are then dealt on the table.

At this point, player has to re-evaluate their hand that is now made up of their two hole cards and 3 community cards to decide on one of the following options:

  • Bet – by clicking BET player places an additional bet – Turn, that equals Ante bet and a 4th card, called “Turn” will then be dealt;
  • Check – by clicking CHECK player continues playing without increasing the bet size and the 4th card will be dealt.

Once the 4th card has been dealt player once again has to re-evaluate their hand that is now made up of their two hole cards and 4 community cards to decide on one of the following options:

  • Bet – by clicking BET player places an additional bet – River, that equals Ante bet and a 5th card, called “River” will then be dealt;
  • Check – by clicking CHECK player continues playing without increasing the bet size and the 5th card will be dealt.

Once all 5 “community cards” are out, the dealer’s cards are turned over. Player’s and dealer’s hole card are compared as to which one makes the best 5-card poker hand using any combination of the 2 own ‘hole” cards and the 5 “community cards”. The best 5-card poker hand wins.

Game Outcomes

  • If the dealer’s hand beats player’s, all the bets (Ante, Flop, Turn and River) are lost.
  • If player’s hand and the dealer’s hand tie, it is a push and all bets are returned to player.
  • If player’s hand beats the dealer’s hand:
    • With a hand lower than a Straight, the Flop, Turn and River bets are paid 1:1 and Ante pushes.
    • With a Straight or higher, the Ante, Flop, Turn and River bets are paid 1:1.

Paytable

Hand Pays Flop, Turn, River Payoff
Royal Flush 1:1 1:1
Straight Flush 1:1 1:1
Four of a Kind 1:1 1:1
Full House 1:1 1:1
Flush 1:1 1:1
Straight 1:1 1:1
Three of a Kind Push 1:1
Two Pair Push 1:1
All Other Push 1:1


Malfunction voids all plays and pays!


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