Evolution Gaming's Caribbean Stud Poker Rules & Payouts

Caribbean Stud Poker is basically a casino version of 5 Card Stud, the big difference is that on Caribbean you are competing against the house. If you are new to the game, Caribbean Stud Poker is very easy to learn and play. Listed below are the rules and payouts when playing on an Evolution Gaming live Caribbean Stud Poker table.

Rules: 

1. To begin a game you must first place an ante wager on the table, you also have the option to place extra chips on the 5+1 bonus bet.

2. You will be dealt 5 cards and the dealer will also be dealt five cards. The dealer will expose one card face up with the remaining four face down.

3. You now have the choice as to whether you wish to play your hand and call or fold. To call you will need to place down another bet which is double your ante.

4. The dealer will then reveal their hand to see if they qualify, the dealer must have at least Ace/King high to qualify. If the dealer doesn't qualify and you called then you will win even money on your ante bet and your call bet will be returned. If the dealer qualified then their hand will be compared against the players to see who wins.

5. If the player wins against the dealer then the ante bet will pay even money. How much the player wins on the call bet will depend on how high their hand ranks and will payout according to the games payout table.

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Payout tables:

Call bet:

Royal flush = 100 to 1

Straight flush = 50 to 1

Four of a kind = 25 to 1

Full house = 10 to 1

Flush = 7 to 1

Straight = 5 to 1

Three of a kind = 3 to 1

Two pairs = 2 to 1

One pair or less = 1 to 1

Bonus side bet 5+1:

This optional side bet will payout according to the payouts shown below. This side bet will attempt to make a three of a kind or better from your five cards and the dealers single face up card. This bonus bet will payout regardless if the dealer qualifies, wins or loses.

Royal flush = 1000 to 1

Straight flush = 200 to 1

Four of a kind = 100 to 1

Full house = 20 to 1

Flush = 15 to 1

Straight = 10 to 1

Three of a kind = 7 to 1

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