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Carribean Stud Poker

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As the name suggests, Caribbean Stud Poker originated in the Caribbean islands, and via cruise ships and vacationers, it slowly crept up to the mainland United States of America. With it's popularity remaining high its hard to find a land based casino these days that doesn't carry this card game.

Carribean stud poker is a casino favorite of many poker and video poker fans. Your hands rank the same as in a traditional poker game (e.g. a Royal Flush is the highest possible hand.) You must beat the dealer's hand, and the dealer must "qualify" which usually means a pair of tens or better. Your payoff is then based upon your hand, with a pair paying the lowest and a royal flush paying the highest amount.

By placing an initial wager, called an "ante", you begin playing. After clicking on DEAL, you are dealt a five-card hand face-up; the dealer is also dealt five cards of which one is exposed. You now choose whether to Surrender ("fold"), losing the ante, or to Bet ("call") an additional amount equal to twice the ante. The dealer then reveals his remaining four cards. When the dealer's hand does not include an Ace and King or better, you are paid even money on the ante and nothing on the bet (a "push"). When the dealer's hand includes an Ace and King or better, it qualifies for play against you. When the dealer's qualifying hand is better than your hand, the house collects your ante and your bet. When your hand is better than the dealer’s qualifying hand, you are paid even money on the ante and an amount on the bet according to the your hand (as outlined in the table below).



Royal Flush: A-K-Q-J-10 of the same suit

100 to 1

Straight Flush: Five cards of the same suit in consecutive order

50 to 1

Four-of-a-kind: Four cards of the same rank

20 to 1

Full House: Three of a Kind and a Pair

7 to 1

Flush: Five cards of the same suit

5 to 1

Straight: Five cards of any suit in consecutive order

4 to 1

Three-of-a-kind: Three cards of the same rank

3 to 1

Two Pair: Two sets of two cards of the same rank

2 to 1

Ace/King or Pair: Ace and King or two cards of the same rank

1 to 1

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