Caribbean Hold 'em Poker is the same card game as your beloved Casino Hold 'em, except the Ante bet pays even money only if the dealer doesn't qualify. In addition, this game also adds a progressive jackpot side bet. Doesn’t this already sound exciting?

This popular card game combines the two card hands and use of five community cards that makes Texas Hold’em such an intricate game, while including the one on one elements of other table games like Blackjack and Baccarat, the layout is very much alike, as you’ll notice betting squares in front of your area, as well as spaces for your hand, the dealer’s hand, and the community cards.

The goal of Caribbean Hold’em is to form the best five-card poker hand, by combining either one or both of your two hole cards with the community cards on board. The game starts when you place a mandatory ante bet, and this can be any amount you choose. After this, the dealer will distribute two cards face up to form your hand, and two cards face down to form their own. Then, the dealer will place three cards face up in the middle of the table, and just like traditional Texas Hold’em, these are called the flop.

Caribbean Hold em Poker