If you know the basics of five-card stud poker, you’ll fit right in at the Caribbean Stud Poker table. Just remember that you’re playing against the Dealer, not the other Players.
Both the player and the house receives five cards, your cards are all face up while the dealer shows only one card. Upon viewing your cards and the dealer’s one card, choose Raise if you believe your five-card hand is better, which will double your ante. If you do not believe your hand can beat the dealer click Fold and forfeit your bet.
The Dealer must qualify with a hand that has an ace and a king or better. If the Dealer does not qualify, you are paid 1 to 1 on your ante and your raise is returned to you as a push. If your hand beats the Dealer’s and the Dealer qualifies, you’re paid on the ante and your raise. The payoff of the ante is 1 to 1. The payout on your bet will be determined by the quality of your hand. If the Dealer beats your hand, you lose your ante and your bet. If you and the Dealer have the same hand, the next highest card decides who wins.