Texas Holdem Bonus(AE_PLAY)

 

Game Type
 RETURN TO PLAYER
Publisher
Chess Game Rich88

Game Description

Welcome to Texas Hold’em Bonus!
Texas Hold’em Bonus is played with a standard deck of 52 cards, without jokers. Cards are shuffled at the start of each game. In the game you can bet on the bonus. This is an additional bet that is made on the fact that in the first five cards (two player cards plus a flop) there will be a pair of aces or a higher combination.

Game Rules

Cards are dealt for one hand.
The player’s goal is to beat the dealer. In this case, the card value has to be higher than the dealer’s hand.
The hand ranking is compared against the ranks of other hands.
Main Poker Hands from highest to lowest:

Royal Flush
The combination of ten, jack, queen, king, ace of the same suit


Straight Flush
The combination of five cards of the same suit in sequential order. Ace can either start the order or finish it.


Four of a Kind
The combination of any four numerically matching cards, e.g.


Full House
The combination of three of a kind and a pair in the same hand, e.g.


Flush
The combination of five cards of the same suit, in any order, e.g.


Straight
The combination of five cards of any suit, in sequential order. Ace can either start the order or finish it. In this case A. starts the combination and its value is one, 5. is considered as the highest card.
*In the case of a straight, a straight with an ace is also possible, where an ace can count as 1 – A-2-3-4-5 (small straight).


Three of a kind
The combination of any three numerically matching cards, e.g.


Two Pairs
The combination of two different pairs in the same hand, e.g.


Pair
The combination of any two numerically matching cards, e. g.

Gameplay steps:

  1. Place an Ante Bet
    To begin the game, you must put up a mandatory Ante bet. At this time, you can also make the Bonus bet.
  2. The Dealer Distributes the Cards
    When you have anted up, the dealer will then toss two cards face down to you, along with two cards face down to themselves.
  3. Decide to Fold or See the Flop
    Then you need to make decision: Fold or see the Flop.
    By folding, you give up the hand without further contest.
    By seeing the “flop,” or the first three community cards, you elect to continue in the hand. This will cost you a Flop bet which must total twice the amount of your original Ante bet.
  4. The Dealer Shows the First 3 Cards
    The dealer takes the first three cards from the deck and place them face up on the table. These are the first three of five community cards which you can use to form your final five-card poker hand. And if you was bet on Bonus, so now its moment to know are you win the bonus bet.
  5. You Decide to Check or Make a Turn Bet
    With the flop now revealed, your second decision point takes place: Check or make the Turn bet.
    By checking, you simply stand pat and continue on in the hand without making an additional wager.
    By making the Turn bet, you’ll put up another wager, but this time, it must be equal to the size of your Ante bet – and not double.
  6. The Dealer Shows Another Card
    The dealer produces the fourth community card from the top of the deck.
  7. Decide to Check or Make the River Bet
    After the turn card is dealt, you’ll reach the third and final decision point: Check or make the River bet.
    Checking is the same as described above while making the River bet will cost you an additional wager equal to the size of your Ante bet.
  8. The Dealer Reveals the Last Card
    The dealer reveals the fifth and final community card.
  9. The Dealer Builds His Best Hand
    After putting out the river card, the dealer will then turn over their own two-card starting hand and form their best possible five card poker hand for the showdown.
  10. Compare Hands
    Upon reaching the showdown, if the dealer produces a superior hand, you’ll lose all pending bets (if you win the Bonus bet, its settled separately).
    When you hold the better hand, however, you’ll win even money on the Flop, Turn, and/or River bets. As for the Ante bet, you’ll need a straight or better in order to win even money on this wager, otherwise, it will be returned as a push.
    *Before any cards are dealt for «Flop», «Turn», «River» the top card from the deck of “burnt”, that is mean, it goes off and does not play. Ante is paid 1: 1 only if the player wins with a combination of straight and higher. With a draw and win with a combination of less than a straight – just push Call – a bet in the amount of two antes, confirming the player’s intention to compare his combination with the combination of the dealer. It is paid 1: 1. Turn, River paid 1: 1. Bonus is paid according to a bonus payout table.

    In case of equality, Ante, Call, Turn, River are returned to the player’s account.
    Bonus Bet (AA) – an additional bet that is made on the fact that in the first five cards (two player cards plus a flop) there will be a pair of aces or a higher combination. A bet can only be made if there is an Ante bet and the Bonus is paid according to a bonus payout table, even if the main bets lose. Bonus Bet (AA) is a blind bet.
    To make a Bonus bet, put a chip of the selected face value on the Bonus box.

History

In the History block you can see detailed information about your previous games, namely: date, bet, win, your action, winning combination in the round.

Randomization

The outcome of the round is random and equally likely for all positions. A random number generator is used to determine positions. 

Return to Player

The overall theoretical return to player is up to 99.37%.

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