Live dealer poker
The below poker games differ from the games you’ll find in your typical online poker room in two key respects:
- here you are playing against the house…NOT other players; and
- the deal is real, not simulated.
A growing list of live poker variations are now available, including Casino Hold’em, Texas Hold’em and Caribbean Stud Poker.
Bluffing plays no part in any of these games!
Live Casino Hold’em Poker
An Ante bet gets you a couple of pocket cards and a look at a Flop. A Call bet gets you a look at the Turn, River and the dealer’s cards. Winning payouts vary depending on the quality of your winning poker hand.
Payouts of up to 100:1 offered on your Ante bet.
Same table as above, but at some casinos this table offers an additional side bet. Hit a 7 card Straight Flush with a Jumbo 7 Jackpot side bet, and the big progressive jackpot is yours
house rules | Casinos offering this game:
Live Caribbean Stud Poker
Caribbean Stud has recently been introduced by Evolution Gaming, along with a new look playing interface.
You place an Ante bet and then 5 cards are dealt to the player, and 5 to the dealer although only 1 of the dealer’s cards is dealt face up. You then decide whether to fold or Call (2x Ante bet) and see whether you beat the dealer’s hand.
Offers payouts of up to 100:1 on the Call bet and 1000:1 on ‘5+1 Bonus‘ bet.
As of January 2017, a progressive jackpot side bet was added to Evolution’s Caribbean Stud.
Live Texas Hold’em Poker
Evolution Gaming recently launched Ultimate Texas Hold’em Poker while Xpro Gaming have offered a version of live dealer Texas Hold’em for some time now.
Live Poker from Xpro Gaming
Game is Texas Hold’em played ‘heads up’ against the dealer, and dealt from a single deck.
Ante bet gets you in the game. You are then able to check or raise after the Flop, River and Turn cards
House rules NOT PROVIDED on game interface
Live Poker from Vuetec
GAME NO LONGER AVAILABLE
Game is Texas Hold’em played ‘heads up’ against the dealer.
Ante bet gets you in the game. Bet (2x Ante) to see the Flop, or fold. Check or bet (amount equal to Ante) before the River and Turn cards. Beat the dealer’s poker hand for even money payout.