Ultimate Texas Hold'em offers the ultimate online gaming experience with plenty of chances to win.
The aim of this classic poker game is to hold a better five-card hand than the dealer.
You can use your initial two cards, as well as the five community cards, to make up your hand.
This is a live casino game, meaning you play against the dealer rather than other players.
As such, an unlimited amount of players can play at the same time.
Ultimate Texas Hold'em uses one standard 52-card deck.
Cards will be shuffled at the end of each game.
It is only possible to raise once per game - you will have three opportunities to raise throughout the game.
How to Play
Before the game commences, you need to place ante and blind bets of the same value.
It is also possible to place an optional Trips Bonus Bet, which pays out on various poker hands (more information below).
Both you and the dealer will then receive two cards each - the dealer's cards will always be dealt face-down.
You now have three options:
If you Check, three of the five community cards will be dealt and you will need to make another decision:
If you Raise, the final two community cards will be dealt before your best five-card poker hand is compared against the dealer's.
Opting to Check will give you one final decision, after the remaining two community cards have been dealt:
Once all decisions have been made, your hand will be compared against the dealer's to determine the winner.
Your game will result in one of the following outcomes:
The following exceptions apply to the above: the ante bet will push if dealer has less than a pair; the blind bet will push if you have less than a straight.
If you placed a Trips Bonus Bet, only your final five-card poker hand will be evaluated - this bet pays out even if you fold your hand.
The Trips Bonus Bet pays according to the Trips paytable (below).
Different bets pay out differently in this game, as per below.
|Four of a Kind
Trips Bonus Bet
|Four of a Kind
Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 99.47%
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 $99.47 of wins.