Casino Hold'em® Poker


Licence type - Licence required
Trial originated at -

 

Licensee / proprietor -

TCS John Huxley Ltd

Date placed on trial 15th July 2011
Licensee contact details

Email: - CasinoHoldem@GMail.com or

S@MrCasinoGames.com

 

www.MrCasinoGames.com /

www.NewTableGames.com /

www.CasinoHoldemPoker.com


Basic Outline of sidebet rules / how to play


Casino Hold 'Em Poker

 

1. The following procedures describe the proprietary variation of Texas Hold 'Em called 'Casino Hold 'Em Poker'. The proprietor of the game is TCS John Huxley Ltd, and no variations to the game may be put forward without their prior agreement.


2. Each opposing player places an initial wager, hereafter called the Ante wager, in the designated area marked 'Ante'.


3. An optional side wager called 'AA Bonus' may also be placed in the designated area marked 'AA', provided the player has also placed an Ante wager at the same time.


4. Immediately after the Initial Deal, the dealer will draw the first three communal cards and place them face up in the designated Flop area.


5. Any opposing player who has made an Ante wager and wishes to remain in the game shall then make a further wager of twice the value of their Ante wager (hereafter called the Call wager). This will place it in the designated area marked 'Call'.


6. If an opposing player does not wish to place a Call wager to remain in the game, they must Fold. Their Ante and optional AA Bonus wagers will then lose and be surrendered to the bank.


7. When all players have decided whether to Call or Fold, the dealer will then determine whether any player has a winning AA bonus hand, using their two hole cards and the three card flop. 71 Any player who has a Pair of Aces or better will win and be paid minimum odds in accordance with the following pay table: Hand Minimum odds Flush or Higher 25–1 Pair of Aces to Straight 7–1


8. If a player with an AA Bonus wager does not have a Pair of Aces or better, the wager will lose and be surrendered to the bank.


9. Once all AA Bonus wagers have been settled or surrendered, the dealer will then draw the fourth and fifth communal cards together, and will place them face up in the area designated for the Turn and River cards.


10 The dealer will then reveal their own two hole cards and will declare their best five-card hand in accordance with rule 11.7.


11. The dealer must have at least a pair of fours to qualify (hereafter called a Qualifying Hand).


12. If the dealer does not have a Qualifying Hand then the Call wager for each remaining player will be returned. The dealer will determine the best five-card hand of each player in turn and the Ante wager for each player will be paid in accordance with the following minimum odds: Hand Minimum odds Royal Flush 100–1 Straight Flush 20–1 Four of a Kind 10–1 Full House 3–1 Flush 2–1 Straight or less Even (1–1)


13. If the dealer does have a Qualifying Hand, in accordance with rule 11.87, then the dealer will determine the best five-card hand for each player in turn.


14. If the dealer's Qualifying Hand is of a higher poker ranking than the player's hand, the player's Ante and Call wagers will lose and will be surrendered to the bank.


15. If the player's Qualifying Hand is of a higher poker ranking than the dealer's, the player's Call wager will be paid at minimum odds of even money (1-1). Their Ante wager will be paid in accordance with the minimum odds given in rule 11.88.


Usual Odds Payable


House Edge details


Main wager: All maths for the variation have been independently verified with an overall house edge of 2.16%, the details of which are available on request.

3.24% for the 'Mix & Match'.


Side Bets (AA Bonus wager): 6.40%


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