Casino Hold'em Rules

 

The Casino Hold’em is a variation of the casino poker. The game is played in certain regions and has its own set of rules. The main variation in the game is that players play the house and not each other. It is basically a contest between the player and the dealer. The best poker hand wins.


      1. A 52-card standard deck is used.

      2. A player places an Ante bet. The AA side bet is optional.

      3. The dealer deals the cards and each player gets 2 hole cards and 3 face-up community cards (flop cards).

      4. The player then has to decide to call or to fold. When the player folds, they give up their Ante bet and their cards. When a player calls, they must double the Ante bet.

      5. When a Call bet is made, the dealer has to deal another 2 community cards. This means that a player will have a total of 5 community cards.

      6. The dealer then looks at their own 2 personal cards.

      7. The 2 personal cards and 5 community cards are used to determine the poker value.

      8. A dealer needs to have a pair of 4s or better to qualify. The players hand is compared to the dealer’s.

      9. If the dealer fails to qualify, then the Ante bet will have to pay depending on the Ante pay table and the Call bet will push.

      10. If the dealer qualifies but is beaten by the player, then the Ante bet will have to pay according to the Ante play table and the Call bet will have to pay 1:1.

      11. If the dealer qualifies and beats the player’s hand, then the player loses all bets.

      12. If the dealer qualifies and both hands are a tie, then the Ante and Call bets will push. This means that it’s neither a loss or a win.

      Casino Hold’em Hands

      Royal Flush- This is the highest hand. It generally has the following cards: queen, king, jack, 10 and an ace all of the same suit.

      Straight Flush- consists of five cards that are in sequence and in the same suit.

      Four of a kind- consists of four cards in the same suit, of the same denomination.

      Full House- consists of three cards of one denomination and two of another.

      Flush- consists of five cards all of the same suit.

      Straight- consists of five cards that from different suits but are in sequence.

      Three of a kind- consists of three cards of the same denomination and two cards that are unmatched.

      Two Pairs- consist of two sets of cards with two cards of the same denomination and an unmatched fifth one.

      One Pair- consists of two cards with the same denomination and an unmatched one in any hand.

      High Card- consists of three cards that are ranked differently and different suits.

      The Ante bet table payouts

      Royal Flush, 100:1

      Straight Flush, 20:1

      Four of a Kind, 10:1

      Full House, 3:1

      Flush, 2:1

      Straight or lower, 1:1