The Caribbean Stud Poker game by Playtech is a five-card draw variation, which is equally popular among novice players and experienced gamblers. The most exciting feature of the new game is its progressive jackpot. Players can win the jackpot by packing the Royal Flush combination. It is up for grabs in the real-money gaming mode through the side bet. In the demo version, the table limits are from 0.50 to 500 credits.
The user plays against the dealer. The winner is the one who ends up with a more valuable hand. Caribbean Stud Poker uses chips worth 0.5-500 credits. The game begins with the player making an ante bet and placing chips on the respective table area. Hitting the Deal button initiates card dealing. After that, the player and the dealer receive five cards each, one of the dealer’s cards being dealt face-up. The user can then take one of the following two actions:
In the first case, the player loses their ante, and the round ends. In the second case, the bet twice as big as the ante is made, and if the dealer has an ace-king combination or better, the hands are compared. If the player’s hand is more valuable, he receives a payout with the respective odds. In case the dealer does not have an ace-king combination, the ante is paid with the odds of 1 to 1. If the dealer has a better hand, the player loses. This poker game variation does not provide the option of exchanging cards.
The following are considered to be winning combinations:
Cards are dealt on the playing field that imitates a traditional poker table in a real casino. Only one hand plays in the game. The main controls are located in the lower part of the screen.
Playtech’s Caribbean Stud Poker RTP (Return-to-Player) is not made publicly known. The following strategy is considered relevant for this type of poker game: do not fold your hand if you are dealt a pair and more valuable combinations and give up if the hand is anything less than a king and an ace. When following these simple rules, you can significantly increase your chances of winning.
|50 to 1
|50 to 1
|Four of a kind
|20 to 1
|7 to 1
|5 to 1
|4 to 1
|Three of a kind
|3 to 1
|2 to 1
|Pair, high card
|1 to 1