Casino Hold’em, also known as Caribbean Hold’em, is one of the newer variants of poker. Licensed in the UK in 2007, it was created by Stephen Au-Yeung. It follows the rules of Texas Hold’em Poker so it didn’t take long for gamblers to learn how to play the game. In just a short time, Casino Hold’em became a favorite of thousands.
Live Casino Hold’em FAQ
Only regular online casino versions of Casino Hold’em can be played for free. Any live dealer game isn’t possible to play in demo mode, but you can at least “ghost” other players and see how the game works.
Since it’s uncapped, the Jumbo 7 Jackpot can grow quite big (we’re talking up to millions).
In some poker versions, community cards are a set of cards on the table dealt after the flop. You can use them to create a higher-ranked five-card hand and possibly beat the dealer.
All suits in the game are equal – it’s only the rank of the hand that matters.