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Caribbean Stud Poker

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You can play Caribbean stud poker right now over at the Grand Online Casino. In this style of poker (a favorite in the Caribbean and aboard cruise ships), each player plays against the dealer and not against the other players. Thus, in Caribbean stud poker you place an ante, receive a hand, and then decide whether or not you would like to bet. If you bet and if the dealer's hand qualifies (contains and Ace/King combination or better), your hand will be compared to the dealer's. If you win, your payoff will be determined by the quality of your hand.

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.

The one caveat with Caribbean stud poker is that the dealer must have at least an Ace-King hand for the game to be fully decided. If he fails to have such a hand, he pays off the antes and pushes on the bets. If the dealer achieves a hand of Ace-King (or better), than all the players’ hands are judged against it. If the player cannot beat the dealer’s hand, the player loses both his ante and his bet. If the player beats the dealer, the ante is paid off at even money, while the bet is paid off at house odds. More Caribbean Stud Poker

A final note also, you can follow the images over there to the right (near the top) to experience great online poker as well as online video poker. For the poker link, experienced players can take advantage of the fact that these poker rooms are almost always full of players, and you can find a game at any time of day or night. Choose from a wide variety of poker games, choose the limits that you want, and never worry about who is shuffling the cards. The free video poker game comes with its own built in chatroom for you to interact with other video poker and poker fanatics like yourself as you play, plus you have the option of playing slots, blackjack, craps and roulette if you want to take a break.






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