Caribbean Hold’em is undoubtedly a casino game of chance most famous for its ‘artistic’ luck. This online casino game, first introduced by Stephen Au-Yen in 2021, and currently being played in online casinos all over the world. It has been licensed for public use in the UK in 2021. In addition to that, many online casinos also offer this highly popular game, which essentially is based on the older classic multi-player Texas Hold’em poker.
In this casino game, there are two players in every pot (eight in a regular progressive jackpot, twenty in a high-roller progressive jackpot), thus there is always a second player in every pot in a regular game and one in a high-roller game. The second player in a high-roller game is not required to play a hand because the top prize is already won in the pot. In a regular game, if a player wins the top prize then he must face a penalty fee of one to two thousand pounds, otherwise, if he wins the high-rolls he gets additional bonus money and the penalty fee is waived. As for a player winning the regular money limit in a Caribbean Hold’em game, he only needs to finish in the money position after playing his third hand or with a combination, and in some cases, one will receive an additional bonus of one to five hundred pounds.
In a Caribbean Hold’em game, players can either play for ante or side bet, and only one ante bet will be considered at any given time. Players need to know this rule well because it will influence their game play. With side bet, the person finishing in the money position after the last hand has to take the raise, and then if he or she doesn’t, then the person who raised before the last hand becomes the winner of the pot. This is also the case in a progressive jackpot game. For a better understanding of how a Caribbean hold’em works and a look into its various rules, you can log onto the websites which offer you these games and have a look around.