Caribbean Poker Rules

Caribbean Poker Caribbean Poker is one of the most widespread casino card games, another name for this game is Oasis Poker. The goal of this type of poker is to make a poker hand that is higher than the dealer's hand.
Caribbean Poker is played between the player and the dealer. It uses a standard deck of cards from two to ace in four suits. The highest card is an ace, the lowest is a two. The deck of cards is shuffled every time after a game. The player places bets on one or several boxes of the table, but there should not be more than three. The bet on the box must not be higher than the maximum table bet, but at the same time it must not be less than the minimum set table bet.
First, the player needs to make an “Ante” bet. Then the Dealer will deal five cards to each box where the bet was made; then he draws five cards for himself. In this case, the cards are dealt face down, and the Dealer opens the last card.
After the cards are dealt, the player will need to evaluate his cards for the presence of a poker combination, and then decide on the next move: play further (Call) or stop (Fold). If the player decides to play further, then he will need to make two antes on the field. In an online casino, ante is removed automatically after clicking on Call.
When the player finishes manipulating the cards, the Dealer will reveal his cards and, if he does not have any of the combinations that we will consider below, the player will receive an ante. In the event that the Dealer has any combination, the one with the higher combination wins.

Combination name in Russian combination name in English Description Payouts
Royal Flush Royal Flush Five senior (10, B, D, K, T) cards of the same suit in order 100: 1
Straight Flush Street Flash Straight only one suit 50: 1
Four of a Kind Kare Four cards of the same rank 20: 1
Full House Full House Three cards of one rank plus two of another 5: 1
Flush Flash All cards of the same suit
Straight Street Maps in order. Ace at the beginning or end 4: 1
Three of a Kind Three Three cards of the same rank 3: 1
Two Pairs Two pairs Two cards of one rank plus two of the other 2: 1
One Pair Pair Two cards of the same rank 1: 1
Ace & amp; King Ace and King Ace and king, any suit 1: 1

In Caribbean poker there is an opportunity to participate in the drawing of a progressive Jackpot - this is a prize that is accumulated by placing bets by online casino players, i.e. the more players make bonus bets, the larger the progressive jackpot will be. In order to try his luck in the progressive Jackpot drawing, the player needs to place a bonus bet at the very beginning of the game. The bet is placed on the fact that the player will be dealt one of the five highest combinations: from Flush and higher. It should be noted that the winning of the bonus bet does not depend on the results of the dealer's game. If, after the cards have been dealt, the player has a combination of Royal Flush, Straight Flush, Four of a kind, Full House, Flush, then the progressive Jackpot will be paid out.