Caribbean Stud Poker

Caribbean Stud Poker is a fun game of five card draw poker and it is one of the most popular online casino card games. The main aim of this game is to try and obtain a five card poker hand that beats the dealer’s hand, so having some kind of poker knowledge is crucial when playing this game. Some versions of Caribbean Stud Poker that are available online today have big progressive jackpots to play for and you can generally enjoy playing this game either in the practice mode or in the real money mode.

Caribbean Stud Poker is a game that can be enjoyed by Australian, Canadian and New Zealand players across multiple platforms and you can play using numerous devices. For example mobile users with a smartphone or tablet device can play on this game at almost every mobile casino. Desktop and laptop users can also play on this game either instantly in their web browser or from within a perfectly secure casino download client. Let’s take a quick look at how you can play this game.

You need to start by placing a wager on the table and then once you are ready, hit deal. If you are playing Progressive Caribbean Stud Poker you need to place a side bet as well as your ante to be in with a chance of triggering the progressive jackpot when a Royal Flush hits. When the cards have been dealt, you and the dealer will be both receive a five-card hand. One of the dealer’s cards will appear face up for you and the other four will appear face down.

No more cards will be dealt or changed and you have to try and make do with the cards that you have been given. Your next move is to decide whether you want to stay in the hand or fold them. If you fold, the hand will instantly end and you will lose your ante bet (and side bet). If you decide to stay in the hand, you would hit the call button and this will instantly double the amount of your ante. The dealer’s four remaining face down cards will now be turned over for you to see.

The dealer will not qualify if his hand does not include an Ace/King combination or higher and you would end up with even money on the ante bet. This would be returned instantly. If the dealer’s hand does contain an Ace/King combination or higher, but you have an even better hand, you win even money AND you will also win a cash prize based on how strong your winning hand is (the hand values will be on display in the paytable). If the dealer’s hand is better than yours you will lose the initial ante and the bet. The best thing to do if you are new to this game would be to learn the winning poker hands and also start by practicing in the free play demo mode before playing in the real money mode.