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Caribbean Stud Poker

Caribbean Stud Poker is a game of chance that is influenced by poker. It is played with a deck of cards but is still not a real poker game. This game came to 1988 in one of the Caribbean islands, of which it was named. It is a much appreciated and fun table game at many casinos, and it attracts both poker players and other casino players. One of the things that distinguish Caribbean Stud Poker from regular poker games is that even though several players can participate in a game, they do not play against each other, but each player plays against the bank or in other words, against the casino. Thus, each of the participants in a game plays against the casino.

Each of the players bets a basic bet and after that you get five cards from the dealer. These cards are dark, just like the cards the dealer distributes to himself. The difference is that the last of the dealer's cards is open. Once the dealer's open card is placed, each player chooses separately if he or she wants to fold or if you want to bet further. If you want to bet, you place a bet that is twice as large as the basic bet. When the players decide whether to bet or bet, the dealer's card will be displayed.

One then wins even money on their basic bets and the double bets return to the players who bet them. If the dealer's hand was qualified, a display of the players' hands follows. You then have to show your hand and compare it with the hand the dealer has. If you have bad luck and the hand you have is worse than the dealer, you lose everything you bet. If one has an equal hand with the dealer, one goes so smoothly up, that is, one gets back his bets.

If, on the other hand, you have a better hand than the dealer you win and get even money with the first basic bet you put. How much you win is determined by which hand you have, and which hand the dealer has and there is a predetermined schedule or table that indicates how much a particular hand wins. If the dealer's hand is not qualified, you can only win money that is based on the bet. If the dealer's hand is qualified, and you still have a winning hand against him, then you can win bigger sums.

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