About Casino Hold’em
Casino Hold’em is a casino version of currently popular poker game Texas Hold’em. As poker players know, playing in Texas Hold’em players against each other, but in Casino Hold’em, players play against the house.
Casino Hold’em rules
Player places a bet and is dealt two cards plus hole three community cards (the flop). The dealer will also have two cards that are not shown to the player. The only choice is to either play or fold the hand. If player chooses to play, he puts a Play bet that 2 x Ante bet. If the player folds, he loses only the ante bet.
If the player chooses to play, then handed out the last two community cards shown hand encoder and player wins or loses, whether his hand 5-card hand beats the dealer or not, depending. The hand rankings are the same as in Texas Hold’em with highest card winner determination in the case of a tied ranking. There is also a rule that the dealer must “qualify”, so that the hands are compared. In Casino Hold’em the dealer with a pair of fours or better. If the dealer does not qualify, at least one pair of fours, then the player wins a payout on the ante bet and the bet is pushed.
In summary, all possible results are as follows:
Player plays Dealer does not qualify: Ante bet pays down payment table stakes pushes (returned)
Player plays, dealer qualifies, player wins: Ante bet pays down payment table game bet pays 1: 1
Player and dealer tie: All bets are back
Playes loses the hand, dealer qualifies: All bets lose
There are some higher payouts for the ante when the player at least a flush, according to the following table. The player has to win the hand in order to get the payment Ante:
Royal Flush 100x
Straight Flush 20x
4 of a Kind 10x
Full House 3x
Straight or Less 1x
House Edge and optimal strategy
The house on the edge of Casino Hold’em with optimal playing strategy is 0.82%. There are no simple rules, when to play and when to fold, because the strategy depends on all five cards (two player cards and three community cards). Use the Casino Hold’em strategy computer to check the right strategy for each situation. Once you get familiar with the game, you can increase to play most hands without checking the computer, and game speed. Some simple guidelines posted as a rule of thumb by a member of our forums are listed below. Follow these rules in basica situations (saves not consider any typical situation with strategy tool time):
– Each pair of
– Each A high or high K
– Each flush draw or straight draw open
They almost never work:
– Q high (the only time is probably due to a monotone board, of which you have no action)
– Gutshot straight draw
They fit very rare:
– J high (over monotone plates, even if you have 2 names)
If the board comes with a pair, eg. 446, you never work J-high or better and almost always fold T-high or worse, if you have to go at least a gutshot with him
The times fold paired plates mentioned above, and if you have very low cards, for example. 73, which does not connect with the board, or I mid-card and a small map, like T2, which is not connected. ZB. T8 is usually but playable T5 is not.