Hold ‘Em or Fold ‘Em
If you’re a Texas Hold’em player, or indeed have any experience at all in poker, Casino Hold’em won’t take any time at all to pick up as the action plays out in much the same way. The player and the dealer receive two cards each, and a flop of three cards is dealt onto the table. Prior to the deal, players place their ante and, if they so choose, an additional AA bet which pays out if your hole cards and the initial flop comprise a pair of aces or better. When you’ve got your hand, the choice is whether to call and see the next two cards dealt – the turn and river – or to fold your hand, forfeiting your ante bet. From that point onwards, it is a case of beating the dealer, although the important thing to bear in mind here is that the dealer must qualify with a pair of fours or better in order to play. If they fail to qualify, you cannot lose, although if you have a big hand you won’t necessarily be paid out at the published rate if the dealer is basically not in the hand with you.
As with all Net Entertainment table games, this one looks great and is focused on usability. This means a seamless opportunity to place your chips and a pay table that is always on display so you can see what your hand is worth at a glance. Try your luck with no deposit required here on the page, or head on over to one of our recommended Net Entertainment partner casinos for the real money experience.