Casino Hold'em

Casino Hold'em

Beat the dealer in the online version of this casino classic, complete with the AA Bonus side bet.


    Casino Hold'em - Game Overview

    Available bet amounts for Casino Hold'em range from 10c to $100. 

    In Casino Hold'em, you only play against the dealer; there are no other players to compete with. 

    Simply have a stronger five-card hand than the dealer, made up of your two initial cards and the three community cards.


    How to Play

    Place a standard ante bet to start the game.

    Once the betting time runs out, both you and the dealer receive your first two cards.

    The dealer's cards are dealt facing down.

    When you've received your first two cards, the three community cards are dealt facing up.

    You and the dealer can decide whether to call or fold after seeing these community cards.

    If you call, you double your ante bet. 

    If you fold, you forfeit your hand and lose your bet.


    AA-Bonus Bet

    The maximum bet for the AA-Bonus is $50. This bet can be placed after the ante bet.

    Both bets stand on their own, but an ante bet is required before you can play an AA-Bonus bet.

    The AA-Bonus bet results depend on the poker value of your two initial cards and the three community cards.

    Bonus bets pay out according the the paytable.


    Game Outcomes

    The dealer must have a pair of 4s or higher to qualify. 

    If the dealer doesn't qualify, you'll win automatically.

    If this happens, the ante bet is paid out according to the paytable and your call bet is returned.

    If the dealer does qualify, one of the following outcomes will happen:

    • If the dealer's hand is lower than yours, you win and the ante bet is paid out according to the paytable and the call bet is paid out at 1:1
    • If the dealer's hand is greater than yours, you lose
    • If you and the dealer tie with the same hand, your bets are returned 


    Winning Hands

    • High Card - a high-card or no-pair hand
    • Pair - a hand with two cards of one rank
    • Two Pairs - a hand with two cards of the same rank
    • Three of a Kind - a hand with three cards of the same rank
    • Straight - a hand with five cards of sequential rank in at least two different suits
    • Flush - a hand with all five cards of the same suit, but not in a sequence
    • Full House - a hand with three matching cards of one rank, and two matching cards of another rank
    • Four of a Kind - a hand with all four cards of one rank, and any other card
    • Straight Flush - a hand with five cards in sequence, all of the same suit
    • Royal Flush - a straight flush with the Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10 in the same suit


    Return to Player 

    Return to Player (RTP): 98.70%. 

    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 $98.70 of wins.