Caribbean Stud Poker Progressive is the Casino game that could see you turn poker hands into a massive Progressive Jackpot win.
Both the player and the dealer are dealt five cards and the aim of the game is to beat the dealer by turning over a better poker hand.
A unique feature of this game are the side bets that can award players huge wins. The Bonus Bet costs £1 each game, with the payouts on offer ranging from £75 for a Flush up to the Progressive Jackpot for a Royal Flush.
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How to Play
Both you and the dealer will each be dealt five cards - the dealer’s final card will be dealt facing up.
If you have placed a bonus bet then you will automatically be paid out if you have won at this point. You will then have the option to either fold or raise the hand you have. If you choose to raise then you will double your initial bet and your hand will be compared to the dealer’s.
How to Place a Bet
The first thing you must do is to choose your chip size - the chip sizes available are £1, £5, £10, £25 and £50.
After selecting your chip you must click inside the betting and bonus circles to wager your selected chip.
To reduce or remove a bet simply click the ‘Undo’ or ‘Clear’ buttons or hold the spacebar and click on the chips you would like to remove.
Click the ‘Deal’ button to start your game of Caribbean Stud Poker Progressive.
Winning with a Bonus Bet
A Bonus Bet costs a fixed £1 and must be made before any of the cards have been dealt - 70p of that £1 will go into the Progressive Jackpot.
The poker hands will be paid out according to the table below.
|Four of a Kind||£500|
|Straight Flush||10% of Progressive Jackpot|
|Royal Flush||100% of Progressive Jackpot|
The Bonus Bets will be paid out before the dealer’s hand is revealed, so it isn’t necessary for you to win or even raise your hand to win one of these bets.
Winning with a Poker Hand
Once your hand has been dealt and any bonus money is paid out, you will then be able to decide whether to raise or fold your hand.
Choosing to fold will lose you your original ante bet, while raising will double your bet and see you take on the dealer’s hand.
If your hand is better than the dealer’s then you will be paid out according to the paytable below.
|Pair or Less||1/1|
|Three of a Kind||3/1|
|Four of a Kind||20/1|
The Dealer’s Hand Must Qualify
One very important rule to remember is that in order for your raised bet and the paytable to be taken into account, the dealer’s hand must qualify.
In order to qualify, the dealer must hold at least an Ace and King high card in their hand.
If the dealer’s hand does qualify then you will win even money on your ante bet, while also getting a fixed odds amount on the raise according to the paytable.
If you raise and the dealer’s hand doesn’t qualify then you will win on your ante bet and have your raise returned to you whatever cards you had.
This means that you can beat the dealer’s hand even if you hold lower value cards.
Return To Player (RTP)
Return To Player: 97.45%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £97.45 of wins.
This return is based on the player making the best choices.