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Play Live Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker

Texas Hold’em is the world’s most popular form of poker and you can now play this famous card game in our live casino.

Bonus bets and a progressive jackpot are also available here . Play with real dealers and win huge prizes.

Basic Live Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker Rules

As in a regular poker game, your task is to make the best five-card hand using your two hole cards and five community cards .

Together with the dealer, you ante to create the initial pot. Before showdown , you will have three more betting opportunities . If your hand is stronger than the dealer’s, you win. If the hands are equal, then the bets are refunded. And if the dealer’s hand is stronger, then you lose the ante and all other bets (except for bonus bets – see below).

Bonus Bet

In each game round, you can place an additional bonus bet before receiving the hole cards . When you receive certain combinations of face down cards, for example, a pair, you will receive an additional payout with a ratio from 3: 1 to 1,000: 1. Bonus bets are paid regardless of the outcome of the distribution.

Extra Progressive Jackpot Bet

You can also place an additional bet on the progressive jackpot . The jackpot will continue to grow until one of the players hits a Royal Flush. When this happens, every player who has wagered on the progressive jackpot in that game round will receive a portion of the jackpot ! For other combinations, payouts are also provided, for example, for a straight flush you will receive 2,500: 1, and for a full house – 50: 1.

Enjoy the best gaming experience

The Live Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker is available on all devices and thanks to excellent optimization you are guaranteed a complete immersion in the game.

Return to player

The theoretical return to player percentage is as follows:

Bet typeReturn to player
Ante97.96%
Total rate99.47%
Bonus Bet91.46%
Progressive Jackpot Bet81.84%
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Live Caribbean Stud Poker – Game Rules and Deals

Live Caribbean Stud Poker is a classic casino game that combines the best of poker with its own quirky mechanics.

Unlike regular poker games, in Caribbean Stud Poker you only have to beat the dealer, not the other players. Bluffing is completely unnecessary here, so you can just relax and have fun.

All players at the table and the dealer receive 5 cards. Since the dealer needs an ace and a king to play, it is not necessary to be a poker expert to enjoy this game.

Live Caribbean Stud Poker – Basic Rules

Each player places an ante to play with the dealer. After that, all players at the table, as well as the dealer, receive 5 cards each. Players’ cards are dealt face up. The dealer’s cards are dealt face down, except for the last card, which is dealt face up.

Players can fold or raise, after which the best 5-card hand is determined for each player.

Players play against the house and each player can only take one seat at the table.

Every distribution of Live Caribbean Stud Poker begins with players placing bets (“ antes ”) that are placed in front of them. This is a mandatory bet that must be placed before the cards are dealt. Minimum and maximum bet limits apply.

The dealer then announces, “No more bets.” All players and the dealer receive 5 cards. Players’ cards are dealt face up. The dealer’s cards are dealt face down, except for the last card, which is dealt face up.

After evaluating their cards, each player can fold or raise. If a player decides to raise, then he must put in twice the ante. After folding, the player discards his cards and loses his ante.

The dealer then reveals the other four cards, showing all five.

The dealer must have at least an ace and a king to play. That is, the weakest hand that the dealer can play with is ace, king, 4, 3, 2, and the highest hand that the dealer cannot play with is ace, queen, jack, 10, 9.

How the 5 + 1 bonus works

The additional bet “Bonus 5 + 1” wins if your 5 cards plus 1 open card of the dealer form a five-card poker hand not less than trips.

To make this bet, you must first place an ante. A player’s call or fold does not affect the 5 + 1 Bonus bet.

The “Bonus 5 + 1” bet is paid as follows:

Additional bet “Bonus 5 + 1”Pay
Royal Flush1,000 to 1
Straight flush200 to 1
Square100 to 1
Full house20 to 1
Flush15 to 1
Straight10 to 1
Thrips7 to 1

Possible outcomes of the main game

  • If the dealer’s cards do not allow him to play, the player receives an “equal money” payment at his ante, and a draw (push) is declared on the raise.
  • If the dealer’s cards allow him to play and he beats the player, the player loses the ante and raise.
  • If the dealer’s cards allow him to play, and he loses to the player, then the player receives an “equal money” payout according to his ante bet, as well as a raise payout, which depends on what combination the player has collected.
  • If the player and the dealer have made the same combinations, a draw (push) is declared at the rate of ante and raise.

Draw, push is a situation when the player and the dealer have made the same combination. In this case, the bet is returned to the player.

Precedence of combinations and payouts

If the player’s hand is stronger than the dealer’s, the player will receive an “equal money” (1-1) payout at the ante. The payoff for a raise is determined from the table below.

Raise Payouts
Royal Flush100 to 1
Straight flush50 to 1
Square25 to 1
Full house10 to 1
Flush7 to 1
Straight5 to 1
Thrips3 to 1
Two pairs2 to 1
Couple or younger1 to 1

The theoretical return to player (RTP) for Live Caribbean Stud is 98.19%.

The theoretical return to player (RTP) for the “Bonus 5 + 1” bet is 91.44%

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Three Card Poker

Live 3 Card Poker combines the adrenaline with the thrill of playing regular poker, but with just three cards. It is an addictive, fast-paced and easy-to-learn game that gives every player a good chance of winning.

Three-card poker also differs from traditional poker in the presence of some interesting features. In three card poker, your main hand is against the house, not the players. And since the dealer needs at least the top queen to play, you don’t have to be a poker expert to enjoy the game and win.

Bonus bets “Pair Plus” are also available here, thanks to which players can win at odds of up to 100: 1 by making a pair or a stronger combination. The bonus bet “6 cards” gives you even more chances of winning, even if you failed to beat the dealer’s three-card hand.

Live Three Card Poker – Basic Rules

The player makes an ante bet to play with the dealer. The player can place optional “Pair Plus” and “6 Cards” bets and win additional prizes at odds of up to 100: 1.

Bonus bets are priced separately at the end of each hand, so each bonus bet is a separate opportunity to win.

Players play against the house and each player can only take one seat at the table.