Mississippi Stud

Mississippi Stud

With optional side bets, Mississippi Stud is a reimagined and exciting version of the timeless five-card poker game.

    Mississippi Stud - Game Overview

    The minimum bet amount for Mississippi Stud is 10c, and the maximum bet amount is $50.


    Mississippi Stud - How to Play

    Mississippi Stud is a five-card poker game you play against the paytable, not other players or the dealer - although the latter does deal the cards.

    To win, you'll need at least a pair of Jacks or better.

    Place an Ante bet to start the game, and you'll receive two cards.

    The dealer then places three community cards, face down, on the table.

    When this happens, you can either choose to fold or make the 3rd Street bet, which will be 1x-3x your Ante bet.

    Following this, the dealer reveals the first community card, and after this, you might decide to fold or place the 4th Street bet, which is again 1x-3x your Ante bet.

    The dealer will then reveal the second community card and, once more, you have the option to fold or place the 5th Street bet - also 1x-3x your Ante bet.

    As soon as the dealer reveals the third and final community card, they will resolve all remaining wagers.

    Bear in mind that if you fold, you forfeit your Ante bet as well as any other main game bets you place. 


    3 Card Bonus Side Bet

    You can add the optional 3 Card Bonus side bet to your regular Mississippi Stud wager.

    In this side bet, if the three community cards contain a pair or better, your 3 Card Bonus bet will win.

    This bet will be active even if you decide to fold in the regular game.


    Payouts

    Hand payout ratios for Mississippi Stud are as follows:

    • Jacks or better - 1:1
    • Two Pair - 2:1
    • Three-of-a-Kind - 3:1
    • Straight - 4:1
    • Flush - 6:1
    • Full House - 10:1
    • Four-of-a-Kind - 40:1
    • Straight Flush - 100:1
    • Royal Flush - 500:1


    Return to Player 

    Return to Player: 98.63%.

    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 $98.63 of wins.