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Bodog Casino Caribbean Stud Poker
A standard game of poker takes a group of players and hours to kill.
Caribbean Stud goes down like a day by the beach: a lot of fun, and a
lot of memories with no hassles.
When a quick game of one-on-one poker is what youíre looking for thereís
no better answer than going Caribbean. Like a big name tournament, a
huge jackpot could be yours if luck is on your side. Bodogís
Caribbean Stud Poker is tropical fun without the sunblock.
How to Play Caribbean Stud Poker
Choose your wager amount ranging from $1 (minimum), $5, $25, $100 and
$500 (maximum) then press "Deal." Both the player and the house receives
five cards, your cards are all face up while the dealer shows only one
card. Upon viewing your cards and the dealerís one card, choose Raise if
you believe your five-card hand is better, which will double your ante.
If you do not believe your hand can beat the dealer click Fold and
forfeit your bet.
The Dealer must qualify with a hand that has an ace and a king or
better. If the Dealer does not qualify, you are paid 1 to 1 on your ante
and your raise is returned to you as a push. If your hand beats the
Dealer's and the Dealer qualifies, you're paid on the ante and your
raise. The payoff of the ante is 1 to 1. The payout on your bet will be
determined by the quality of your hand. If the Dealer beats your hand,
you lose your ante and your bet. If you and the Dealer have the same
hand, the next highest card decides who wins.
Keep in mind before you deal you can wager a dollar in the progressive
section. This gives you an opportunity at the entire progressive jackpot
if you earn a Royal Flush. If you do not pay the dollar and earn a
Royal Flush youíre paid 200:1 odds instead of the lucrative progressive
Hands are ranked according to standard poker rules.
Hand Name Description Example Payout
Royal Flush A, K, Q, J, 10 of same suit AH, KH, QH, JH, 10H 200:1
Straight Flush 5 cards of same suit in sequence 7S, 6S, 5S, 4S, 3S 50:1
4 of a Kind 4 cards of same rank 6S, 6H, 6D, 6C 20:1
Full House 3 of a kind, plus a pair 2S, 2H, 2D, 3S, 3H 7:1
Flush 5 cards 5 cards of same suit 10D, 9D, 7D, 5D, 2D 5:1
Straight 5 cards in sequence, mixed suits 7D, 6S, 5H, 4C, 3H 4:1
3 of a Kind 3 cards of same rank 7S, 7D, 7C 3:1
Two Pair 2 pairs of different rank 6S, 6H, 4D, 4C 2:1
One Pair 1 pair (2 cards) of same rank KH, KD 1:1
High Card 5 cards of different ranks and suits AH, KS, 10D, 5C, 2S 1:1
The progressive jackpot is a side bet that allows the player to share in
a jackpot, regardless of the dealer qualifying or not. The payout
depends on the rank of the hand. To play for the progressive jackpot,
click on the Progressive coin slot on the right before clicking Deal.
The coin slot lights up when you place a progressive bet. To remove your
bet, click on the coin slot again.
For example, if you receive a flush but the dealer does not qualify, you
would only receive a 1 to 1 payout on your ante, not 5 to 1. If you
play the Progressive Jackpot, you would win $75 regardless of the size
of your bet, and regardless of whether the dealer qualified or not. If
the dealer did qualify and you had a better hand, you would win both
There are only five hands that qualify for the progressive jackpot:
Hand Rank Description
Royal Flush 100%
Straight Flush 10%
Four of a Kind $500
Full House $100
Bodog Casino Tri-card Poker
Youíve seen poker played with seven or five cards, but with Tri-Card
Poker, this online Table Game proves you only need three cards to have
good time. Place your bet, check your hand then decide whether to raise
or fold. Tri-Card Poker is the perfect game for the poker enthusiast
looking for a quick round of cards.
What sets the game apart is the ability to ante, raise and bet on the
Pair Plus Feature, which can pay up to 5-1 odds. Get a taste of Tri-Card
How to Play Tri-Card Poker
Choose the wager amount ranging from $1, $5, $25, $100 and $500 then click Deal.
The player gets three cards face up and the dealer gets three cards face down.
The player must decide if they want to raise and double the bet.
The player can fold and lose only the original ante.
Dealer wins if they have at least a queen high.
Player wins if dealer has less than queen high.
Pair Plus: itís a separate bet that wins if the playerís hand has a pair or higher.
Ante Bonus Pay Table and Hand Ranks
Rank Payout Table 2
Straight flush 5:1
3 of a kind 4:1
Pair Plus Pay Table and Hand Ranks
Rank Payout Table 2
Straight flush 40:1
3 of a kind 30:1
1 pair 1:1
Bodog Casino Pai-Gow Poker
Born out of Chinese dominoes in the Song Dynasty of 1120 AD, Bodogís
online Pai Gow Poker takes the East Asian game, adds an American twist
and makes it an enjoyable and fun game for all to enjoy. It is played
with 52 cards and one joker.
Once the player and dealer are dealt seven cards, the player must
attempt to beat the dealer by making the best five-card and two-card
hand. If both of the playerís hands beat the dealer, victory is theirs.
Pai Gow poker is a combination of Chinese history and American ingenuity. Log in and enjoy.
How to Play Pai Gow Poker
The player selects the amount they would like to wager ($1, $5, $25,
$100 and $500. Maximum wager is $500) and clicks Deal. Seven cards,
face-up, are dealt to the player and seven cards, face-down, are given
to the dealer. The player selects two cards to make up their two-card
hand by clicking on their choices (keeping in mind that their five-card
hand must be stronger than their two-card hand) then clicks the Split
The one with the best two hands wins the game (standard poker card
rankings apply). If the player loses one of two hands itís considered a
push and their wager is returned. The dealer wins any tie.
The strategy of the game involves deciding what two cards to give up
without hurting the five-card hand. Thereís also a joker available in
this game that works as a wild card that can complete straights or
flushes in any other case, it counts as an Ace.
Hand Name Description Example
5 of a Kind Four aces plus the joker AS, AH, AD, AC, Joker
Royal Flush 10, J, Q, K, A of same suit 10H, JH, QH, KH, AH
Straight Flush In sequence, five cards of same suit 3S, 4S, 5S, 6S, 7S
4 of a Kind Four cards of same rank 6D, 6S, 6C, 6H
Full House 3 of a kind, plus a pair 2H, 2D, 2S, 3H, 3S
Flush Five cards of same suit 2D, 4D, 6D, 8D, 9D
Straight Five cards in sequence 3H, 4C, 5H, 6S, 7D
3 of a Kind Three cards of same rank 7H, 7S, 7D
2 Pair Two pairs of different rank 4H, 4S, 6D, 6S
1 Pair 1 pair (two cards) of same rank KD, KH
High Card Five cards of different ranks and suits AH, KS, 10D, 5C, 2C
Straights are ranked in the following way from highest to lowest:
The best two-card hand is a pair of aces. A two-card hand doesnít allow flushes.
Players are paid 1:1 minus a five percent commission.
For example, if you bet $5 you can win $4.75 for a total of $9.75.