Caribbean poker is a very popular kind of game. There is a beautiful legend about its appearance, which says that this gambling entertainment was invented by pirates in the late 19th century. Let’s talk more about it.

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Features of Caribbean Poker

Like other varieties, Caribbean poker has several distinctive features. Here are some of them:

  • The player is playing against the dealer
  • The game starts with the Ante bet
  • Up to 5 hands can be used for the game
  • There is a change of cards

According to reviews of the players, this version of poker is popular for the high pace of the game and high chances of winning. The basic advantage of the player over the casino is 94.8%. In different virtual versions of Caribbean poker, the number of hands can be different. The more of them, the higher your chances to get a big win.

Caribbean Poker Rules

As it was already mentioned, at the very beginning of the game, players make the mandatory Ante bet. Then each player is given 5 cards. All of them are put face down, except for the last dealer card. After receiving cards, the player can make a base bet or fold the cards, losing Ante. Participants in the game reveal the cards. If the dealer doesn’t have a single poker combination, or there is no combination of ace and king, then Ante is returned to the player. If the dealer has at least an ace and a king, a comparison of combinations is made, and the winner is determined. As in classical poker, the winner is the one who collected the highest combination. Bets are made using chips of different rank.

In addition to the king and the ace, the following combinations are considered:

  • Royal flush – Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and a dozen of the same suit
  • Straight flush – 5 cards of the same suit and showing numbers in the order
  • Four of the kind – 4 cards of the same rank
  • Full house – 3 + 2 cards of the same rank
  • Flush – 5 cards of the same suit
  • Straight – any 5 cards showing consecutive numbers
  • Three – 3 cards of the same rank
  • Two pairs – 2 + 2 cards of the same rank
  • A pair – 2 cards of the same rank

How to Win at Caribbean Poker

There are a few tips from experienced players at Caribbean poker. If you do not have a combination of a pair or higher, it is recommended to fold the cards. The same applies when you have cards that are lower than the king and the ace. In all other situations, there is every chance to win over the dealer.

by Berendej Kutko

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