Caribbean Hold’em Poker is a combination of Hold’em Poker and Caribbean Stud Poker. In this variation the dealers hand must qualify to with at least a pair of fours. If the hand does not qualify, you win back your ante. You do not however win anything on the call bet.

The progressive jackpot features a win schedule of 100% of the jackpot for a Royal Flush, 10% on Straight Flush, $500 Four of a Kind, $100 Full House and $75 for a Flush.

The only time you would normally fold is if you have two low cards after the ante and not a lot of options for flushes and straights in the flop. This should happen about every 1 out of 5 hands. Otherwise, your call bet will be two times the amount of your ante.

As at Bovada above, the typical pay schedule for a player win is 100 to 1 with a Royal flush, 20:1 Straight flush, 10:1 4 of a kind, 3:1 Full house, 2:1 Flush 2 and 1:1 for everything else including Straight, 3 of a Kind, two Pair, One Pair, High Card and Call.

The expected return for the player with this pay table is 97.8424%. This compares to full pay Jacks or Better games at 99.54% or a 99.4179% Deuces Wild payout at the Mandarin Palace.

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