Caribbean Poker Introduction

Caribbean poker is a game with very simple rules and thanks to the possibility of frequent and high wins with good hands and jackpot accumulation – also very popular. There is probably no internet and land-based casino in the world where you cannot play a few hands in caribbean poker. The official caribbean stud poker or caribbean poker for short. It should be remembered that the term stud is a general term for a wide range of poker variations, not only caribbean poker.

It is participation in the community of fans of poker casino games of chance that is the biggest win in such casinos – because as we have already mentioned, we will not win money there. But maybe we will meet there our next – apart from gambling great love. The game is played at a semicircular table with 3-5 players seated opposite the dealer. Caribbean poker is played with a standard deck of 52 cards, dealt from a shoe. The object of the game is to complete a hand that is higher than the dealer of the five cards dealt to each player.

In most casinos, the game of caribbean poker is varied with a progressive jackpot, i.e. A bonus accumulated pool. Its current height is displayed on light boards around the tables or on the poker table in the case of online casinos. The jackpot can be for a specific casino, casino network or operator on the internet. There are three spaces in front of each player that he can bet on each hand: the jackpot box, the ante box, and the bet box. If we want to play for a cumulative jackpot, we bet the jackpot field with a fixed amount determined by the casino, regardless of the amount of our bet.

Caribbean poker game starts with a mandatory bet (starting bet = ante). Each player must decide how much to play on this hand and place an ante bet before the cards are dealt. At this point, you must also decide if you want to play for the jackpot as described above. If so, we also bet on this field and our participation in the potential win is marked by highlighting our box until the end of the hand. The next stage of the game is that the dealer deals five cards face down to each player. The game is played in a player versus dealer system, individual players do not compete with each other.