Try this faster-paced version of Live Casino Hold'em as you try to beat our Live Dealer!
Live Casino Hold'em is the fast-paced casino version of the world's most famous Poker game, Texas Hold'em Poker.
A key difference between the two is that Live Casino Hold'em is played against the dealer rather than other players on the table.
This means that an unlimited number of players can play the same hand simultaneously.
The object of the game is to beat the dealer's hand by getting the best possible five-card Poker hand, from the two original cards deal to the player in combination with the five community cards.
The dealer must get at least a pair of fours to qualify.
You are automatically awarded a win if the dealer does not qualify.
You are the winner if the dealer's hand qualifies and is lower than your hand.
You lose if the dealer's hand qualifies and his higher than your hand.
Should you and the dealer with the same exact hand at the of the round, the hand is declared a tie which is known as a 'push.'
High Card - is a high-card or no-pair hand.
Pair - contains two cards of one value.
Two Pairs - contains two cards of the same value.
Three of a Kind - contains three cards of the same value.
Straight - contains five cards of sequential rank in at least two different suits.
Flush - where all five cards are of the same suit, but not in a sequence.
Full House - contains three matching cards of one value and two matching cards of another value.
Four of a Kind - contains all four cards of one value and any other card.
Straight Flush - contains five cards in sequence, all of the same suit.
Royal Flush - is a straight flush involving the Ace, King, Queen, Jack and 10 in the same suit.
The ante and bonus bet paytables can be displayed by hovering your mouse over the limit plane on the screen
a call bet payoutis 1:1
If you enjoy the other games in our Live Casino, you may join up to four different game tables at the same time and view them all in the same browser window!
Return to Player (RTP)
Return to Player: 97.84%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average pay out £97.84 of wins.