Cryptologic's Caribbean Stud Poker

Cryptologic's Caribbean Stud PokerThe game begins with the player placing the ante wager after which the dealer’s hand and the player’s hand are dealt face down. The dealer’s first card is exposed and the player’s full hand is exposed. The player then has to decide whether to fold or play. By deciding to fold he loses his ante bet and if he decides to play he must place a wager twice the amount of the ante wager. The dealer’s complete hand is then exposed and the pay outs will be made accordingly.

If the dealer’s hand does not quality if it is ranked less than an A-K high and the ante wager pays out even money while the play bet pushes. The player will lose both bets if the dealer qualifies and has the higher ranked hand. However, if the dealer qualifies and the player has the higher ranked hand then the ante wager pays out even money and the play bet pays out as per the pay out table. In Cryptologic Caribbean Stud Poker one pair pays at even money and a Royal Flush pays 200 to 1. Players may place an optional progressive bet that pays out on the basis of a different pay out table. It is not necessary for the player to win the main game in order to receive this pay out, he just must not fold. In Cryptologic Caribbean Stud Poker the pay out for the progressive bet starts with 50 going up to £1 for a Flush. 10% of the progressive jackpot will be paid out for a straight Flush and 100% of the progressive jackpot will be paid for a Royal Flush.

Bets range from as little as £1 to £50 and the highest range start with £100 going up to £1,000. This helps create a live casino experience where the high rollers are separated from low rollers based on table limits. Caribbean Stud Poker is a game of skill and if players deviate from their strategy they will definitely lose out. The Cryptologic game offers optional player warnings to assist players in making the right choice.

The Auto Bet feature is what really separates Cryptologic Caribbean Stud Poker from rest of the pack. Players can set the number of auto bets, the bet amount and whether the progressive bet is to be placed or not. The game is not completely on auto play because players have to take the fold or play decision themselves.

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