Caribbean Stud Poker is based on the simple principle that all players at a table playing against the dealer or croupier, who is the representative of the casino. For the rest, this poker game has the same rules of poker classic. The game is more like the Cincinnati Kid, another poker variant played in a lot of private parties, especially those “hand in hand” or two players.
How to Play Caribbean Stud Poker?
Caribbean Stud Poker is played with a deck of 52 cards. The number of players that can participate in a table is not predetermined, but it is known that it is not possible to exceed 10 players. If the Caribbean Poker follows the rules of the classic Five Card Stud Poker (poker closed) as the number of participants, the table will have only five players maximum. The players sit around the table, coordinated by the dealer or the dealer. Players must make a forced bet before the cards are dealt. This forced bet is called before, similar to the blinds in Texas Hold’em and is determined by the room in which you play. As in the classic poker, the dealer deals five cards to each player’s hand, in a clockwise direction. The dealer gets five cards, four face down and one face up. A game of Caribbean poker, unlike other forms of poker, comprises one hand. Once dealt cards, players can bet once. Normally, the episodes must not be less than twice the value of the Ante. The tables above indicate, however, the minimum and maximum possible bets. Players must bet on the value of your hand and the probability of the dealer’s hand, suggested by open card or the discovery of the latter. The players themselves must see if your hands can be more or less strong than the dealer. In contrast to other variants of poker, the player can not pass the word to the person sitting to his left. Must raise to keep its doors or pick up his cards and lose its leaves early.
Winning hands are similar to those of other types of poker played “high”, in which only the strongest hands can win and weaker hands always lose. The order from highest to lowest is: royal flush, straight flush, poker (four of a kind), full (full house), flush, straight, three of a kind, two pair, pair and high (high card). A player receives a payout required if an ace, a king and an option at the time of the game. The ace therefore plays the role of “high card” and the king of the “kicker”. Two similar combinations give rise to a split, it is impossible to make the play-off with the high and the kicker. The split is a case in which the winnings and / or the pot is split between the players have the same hand.
Payment of the winning hands
In case of high ace
If a player has a game similar to that of the dealer, but with a high of an ace or a king, this is paid automatically. Will receive this, a sum equal to his bet plus the value of two doors.
Payment of fees and general combinations
Caribbean Stud Poker breaks the rule typical of other forms of poker in which a player is never sure of winning or losing, regardless of his hand. In fact, the hands are evaluated in advance. The more remote the chances of having a hand, higher will be the amount of the winnings in the event that this hand is actually composed. This, however, applies only to the players and not the dealer. For this reason, the more the player will, most will win if your hand is better than the dealer. The dealer will pay 100 times your bet for a royal flush, a straight flush 50 times, 20 times for a poker or four of a kind, 7 times for a full house 5 for a flush times, 4 times for a straight, 3 times for three of a kind, two times for two pair and the amount wagered on a high or a couple.