Caribbean Stud Poker
Net Entertainment Online Progressive Jackpots
Caribbean Stud Poker Progressive Review
||Caribbean Stud Poker
||£/€1+£/€1 Bonus Bet|
||£/€100 + £/€1 ante
||Progressive Jackpot -|
hit "Royal Flush"
||1 hand |
||10 + 7 jackpot bet payouts|
|Min Jackpot (seed)
|Chance of Win:
||1 : 649,740|
||€100,000.00 (CasinoEuro) (expected)|
£546,986.35 (Betsson) (1 hit)
£60,801.34 (Betsafe) (1 hit)
€200,000.00 (NordicBet) (expected)
|Avg. Hit Times:
||1 year 1 month (CasinoEuro)|
1 year 0 months (Betsson)
8 months 6 days (Betsafe)
2 years 4 months (NordicBet)
||€84,407 on 2015-04-30 (CasinoEuro)|
£546,986 on 2014-12-30 (Betsson)
£707,193 on 2018-12-04 (Betsafe)
is the standard "Caribbean Stud" poker game featuring progressive jackpot payout. Each game is played with a new deck.
One of the most popular poker games around the world. It's fast, it's exciting and offers one lucky winner the chance to take home a
healthy jackpot for an extra side bet.
How to Play Caribbean Stud Poker?
First, place a bet, this is called the Ante
. Choose coins and place them on the "Ante" spot. In addition you can also place a
bet on a progressive jackpot.
Second, the player and the dealer is dealt their own 5 card hand. One of the dealer's cards is face up the other 4 are face down.
Third, decide to stay in
. If you fold you forfeit your ante. If you stay in you must add to your bet double the
amount of the ante.
Fourth (if you are still in), the dealer looks at his cards. If the dealer does not have at least an Ace plus King then the player
automatically wins even money on the ante and the additional bet is returned. If the dealer does have at least Ace plus King then a
comparison of hands is made.
If the player has the higher hand he wins even money on the ante, and the additional bet pays according to the payoff table below. If the
dealer's hand beats the player's hand he loses both the ante and raise. If the player and dealer have hands of the exact same value, the
ante and the raise are returned to the player.
Winning with Jackpot Bet
A Bonus Bet costs you from €/£1 and must be made before the cards are dealt. If you have placed a bet on the jackpot you also
win an additional amount specified in the Jackpot Bonus column below.
Poker hands are paid out according to the following paytable:
Winning with a Poker Hand
||100% of Game Jackpot |
||2500 for 1|
||250 for 1|
||100 for 1|
||25 for 1|
||10 for 1|
|Three of a kind
||5 for 1|
Once your hand is dealt and any Bonus money is paid out you can then choose whether to Fold or Raise
At this point you can choose to Fold and lose your original, ante bet, or if you'd rather take on the Dealer you can choose to Raise them.
If you choose to Raise, you'll double your original bet and the dealer's hand will be revealed and compared to yours.
If your hand is higher than the dealer's hand, you'll win according to the following payout table.
Caribbean Stud Poker Strategy
When to Raise?
|Player wins with Royal Flush
|Player wins with Straight Flush
|Player wins with Four of a Kind
|Player wins with Full House
|Player wins with Flush
|Player wins with Straight
|Player wins with Three of a Kind
|Player wins with Two Pair
|Player wins with a Pair
|Player wins with Ace + King
As a general rule, you should always raise with a pair or higher.
When to Fold?
Generally you should fold anything less than an Ace and a King High Card.
As Caribbean Stud is a game based around poker hands, it's important to familiarise yourself with the hands and their rankings on the payout table.