Live Casino Hold'em

Casino Hold'em is the fast-paced live casino poker game that promises lots of excitement!

    Live Casino Hold'em Game Overview

    Live Casino Hold'em is a variation of the world famous Texas Hold'em poker, with the key difference being that Live Casino Hold'em is played against the dealer, as opposed to rival players.

    The result of this is that there is no limit to the number of players who can be at the table simultaneously.

    To win in this game, you must beat the dealer's hand by getting the best possible five-card hand, made from the initial two cards you were dealt, in conjunction with the five community cards.

    Game Outcomes

    The dealer must have at least a pair of 4s in order to qualify.

    Should the dealer fail to qualify, you are automatically awarded a win.

    If your hand is better than the dealer's after they've qualified, you will be the winner.

    However, if the dealer's hand qualifies and is higher than yours, you will lose.

    If you and the dealer have identical hands, then it is declared a draw and all bets are returned in what is known as a 'push'.

    Winning Hands

    High CardA high-card or no-pair hand
    PairContains two cards of one value
    Two PairsContains two cards of the same value
    Three of a KindContains three cards of the same value
    StraightFive cards in ranking order in 2+ different suits
    FlushAll five cards are of same suit, but no sequence
    Full HouseThree matching cards of one value and two matching cards of other value
    Four of a KindContains all four cards of one value
    Straight Flushfive cards in sequence, all of same suit
    Royal FlushStraight flush involving Ace, King, Queen, Jack and 10 in same suit


    The ante and bonus bet paytables can be displayed by hovering your mouse over the limit plane on the screen.

    The payout of a call bet is 1:1.

    Multi-Game Play

    Enjoy non-stop action by joining up to four different game tables at the same time, plus you can watch them all in the same browser window.

    You will be able to resize your browser window as a whole once you have joined a number of tables, although you will be unable to separately resize each game table window.

    Return To Player

    The optimal theoretic percentage return to the player for the Ante bet is 97.84% and for the Bonus bet is 93.74%.

    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 for the Ante Bet and £93.74 for the Bonus bet.