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Caribbean Poker

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Introduction

Caribbean poker has become a very popular casino game in the last few years. If you like poker, you will love Caribbean Poker! Each player competes only against the dealer, independently of other players. Your goal is to beat the dealer's hand. Challenge Casino makes the game even more exciting by allowing players to place an optional $1 bonus bet in order to participate in a progressive jackpot game. You can win big when you least expect it.

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Caribbean Stud Poker is the easiest way to play poker and features the excitement of an optional side bet, where the player may win all or a portion of a progressive jackpot.

How To Play

Caribbean Stud Poker is based upon Five Card Stud. To receive cards, the player must make an ante, or opening bet, and decide whether to play the progressive bet as well. Each player is then dealt five cards. The dealer is also dealt five cards with one card face up. After examining their hand, the player has the option of 1) folding, forfeiting their ante, or 2) calling and making an additional wager that is exactly double the amount of the ante.

To continue to play, the dealer must have an Ace/King combination or better. If the dealer's hand doesn't qualify, all antes are paid and the hand is over. If the dealer does qualify to play and the player wins, the player wins even money on the ante and is paid according to the Bonus Payout Schedule (see below) for their additional Call Bet. Progressive jackpot payouts are made regardless of whether the player has beaten the dealer's hand.

Game Terminology

Ante Bet: Each player makes this opening bet in order to play.

Fold:If the player believes his hand will not beat the dealer's after the cards are dealt, then the player has the option to forfeit his ante bet (without risking additional bets).

Call (or Call Bet): If the player believes his hand will beat the dealer's, then the player has the option to place an additional bet that is exactly twice the original ante bet.

Dealer Must Qualify: If the dealer does not have an Ace/King or higher, the dealer cannot open and the hand is over. All players who stayed in the hand are paid even money on their antes.

Bonus Payouts: Special bonus payouts are awarded to the player who beats the dealer with any of the hands listed below: One Pair

Progressive Jackpot Bet at Caribbean Poker

Each player has the option of making an additional $1 bet in order to participate in the progressive jackpot. Players can win all or part of the jackpot by drawing hands of: Royal Flush, Straight Flush, Four of a Kind, Full House, or Flush. Caribbean Stud Poker is based upon Five Card Stud. To receive cards, the player must make an ante, or opening bet, and decide whether to play the progressive bet as well. Each player is then dealt five cards.

The dealer is also dealt five cards with one card face up. After examining their hand, the player has the option of 1) folding, forfeiting their ante, or 2) calling and making an additional wager that is exactly double the amount of the ante.To continue to play, the dealer must have an Ace/King combination or better. If the dealer's hand doesn't qualify, all antes are paid and the hand is over. If the dealer does qualify to play and the player wins, the player wins even money on the ante and is paid according to the Bonus Payout Schedule (see below) for their additional Call Bet. Progressive jackpot payouts are made regardless of whether the player has beaten the dealer's hand.Each player makes this opening bet in order to play.

If the player believes his hand will not beat the dealer's after the cards are dealt, then the player has the option to forfeit his ante bet (without risking additional bets).If the player believes his hand will beat the dealer's, then the player has the option to place an additional bet that is exactly twice the original ante bet.If the dealer does not have an Ace/King or higher, the dealer cannot open and the hand is over. All players who stayed in the hand are paid even money on their antes.

Special bonus payouts are awarded to the player who beats the dealer with any of the hands listed below:Each player has the option of making an additional $1 bet in order to participate in the progressive jackpot. Players can win all or part of the jackpot by drawing hands of: Royal Flush, Straight Flush, Four of a Kind, Full House, or Flush.

Once you have entered the online casino, you can easily check the guest book to see if any of your friends are currently in the casino and the games in which they are currently participating by clicking on "Information/Info." You can then go back to the game menu to select your game. In the "game room", some tables will be occupied while others will be free. If a table is marked "reserved", you must ask permission to enter. The player that initially opens the table has the authority to grant permission or deny access to new players.

If you find all the tables occupied, simply click on the arrow in the upper right corner to move to the next game room. The Caribbean Poker game at Challenge Casino conforms to the standard rules that apply in Nevada casinos, but also offers players the opportunity to participate in a progressive jackpot game by placing an optional $1 bonus bet.

Caribbean poker is played with a deck of 52 cards. In order to participate in the game, you must first place an "ante bet" plus an optional $1 bonus bet. You are then dealt a hand of five cards-all of them face up. (Although your cards are dealt face up, the cards of other players will appear to be dealt face down.) The dealer also receives five cards; four cards dealt face down and one card face up. In Caribbean poker, the player and the dealer compare hands formed from their five cards. No additional cards are dealt.

When you have looked at your cards and the dealer's up card, you must decide whether to challenge the dealer's hand with a bet or to surrender. If you wish to challenge the dealer, you must place a bet by pressing the BET button. The bet is always equal to twice the ante. If you do not wish to challenge the dealer's hand, you must opt to press SURRENDER and lose your ante.

When you receive a good hand, you will naturally wish to place a bet to challenge the dealer's hand. When the bet has been placed, the dealer reveals his four remaining cards and the hands are compared. To make your gaming experience more enjoyable, the dealer will announce your hand!

*) Please note: No chatting is allowed during a hand. If you or other players chat about held cards during a game, Challenge Casino has the right to void all hands. Your bet and any possible winnings of others will be forfeited. If other players chat about their held cards, it is your responsibility to leave the table and contact support services. In Caribbean poker, the dealer's hand must contain at least one ace and one king in order to qualify. If the dealer's hand does not qualify, you receive 1 to 1 on your ante and your bet is returned to you without winnings.

If the dealer's hand does qualify with a value of at least one ace + one king, the best hand wins. Your winning hand receives 1 to 1 on the ante plus the winnings on your bet, which are calculated according to the winnings table. When the dealer and the player receive poker hands of equal value (i.e. a push game), both the ante and the bet are returned to the player. The ante bet limits in Caribbean Poker are:

$1 to $100

$5 to $500 Five cards of different values. Two cards of the same value. Two sets of two cards of the same value. Three cards of the same value. Five cards in numerical sequence but of different suits. Five cards of the same suit of any value. One pair + three of a kind. Four cards of the same value. Five cards in numeric sequence and of the same suit. Ace, king, queen, jack, and 10; all of the same suit.

Please note! Like many casinos throughout the world, Challenge Casino has an aggregate payout limit of $25,000 per hand excluding the progressive jackpot.

Challenge Casino offers Caribbean Poker players the opportunity to place a $1 bonus bet if they wish to participate in a progressive jackpot game. By placing an additional $1 wager, you have the chance to win even when the dealer does not qualify! Below are the winnings based on the optional $1 wager.

The dealer does not need to qualify for you to win based on the value of your own five-card hand.

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