2 Hand Casino Hold'em

Choose to bet on two hands in 2 Hand Casino Hold'em for even more charm!

    2 Hand Casino Hold'em Game Overview

    The aim of 2 Hand Casino Hold'em is to get a higher value five-card hand than the dealer.

    In this game, you only compete against the dealer.


    2 Hand Casino Hold'em offers the option to play two separate hands.

    You can either pick just one hand to play or you can bet on both.

    A hand is created using two initial hands plus five community cards.


    Initial Ante Bet

    To begin the game, choose whether to place an Ante bet on both hands or just one.

    Hand 1 is on the right-hand side, while Hand 2 is on the left-hand side of the screen.

    Two cards are dealt to hands that have been bet on - these are dealt face-up.

    The dealer receives two cards face-down.

    Three community cards are dealt face-up in the centre of the table.

    Optional Bonus Bet

    If a hand has an Ante bet then a Bonus bet may be made on the hand.

    The optional Bonus bet pays if the first five cards include a pair of Aces or higher.

    Bonus bets are evaluated separately from the Ante bet.

    Call or Fold

    After the first two cards have been dealt, the option to 'Call' or 'Fold' will be presented.

    Play will continue and the Ante bet will double if you opt to 'Call'.

    The Ante bet will be lost if you choose to 'Fold' on a hand.

    If the decision time ends before a choice is made then the hand will automatically fold.

    Turn and River Community Cards

    Two more community cards are dealt after a decision to 'Call' or 'Fold' is made.

    Once these cards are dealt, the dealer's cards will be revealed.


    Hands need to contain a pair of fours or higher to qualify.

    If the dealer fails to qualify then you automatically win and the Ante bet is paid according to the payout table!

    The Call bet will also be returned if you win due to the dealer not qualifying.

    If the dealer's hand qualifies but your hand is higher, then you win and the Ante bet pays according to the payout table - the Call bet will pay 1:1 when this happens.

    The Ante bet and Call bet are both lost if the dealer has a qualifying hand that is higher than your hand.

    A push occurs when the dealer's hand is equal to yours.

    The Ante bet and Call bets are returned when a push is declared.

    If you have the same type of hand as the dealer then the hand containing the highest card will win.

    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 97.84% on the Ante Bet, and 93.74% on the Bonus Bet.   

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.   

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average pay out £97.84 of wins on Ante Bets, and £93.74 on Bonus Bets.