Caribbean Hold’em Poker Progressive Jackpot

Caribbean Holdem Poker

Caribbean Hold’em Poker is one of the most widespread variations of the traditional game of poker. You will find this poker variant in most of the online casinos to play. Along with the excitement it brings to all players, the game also features a generous jackpot both new and experienced players find really appealing. The Caribbean Hold’em Poker jackpot is currently worth $144,558 (at the time of writing) On average, this jackpot pays out $104,340 every 35 days. It was last hit on 20 May 2016, awarding $153,688 at that time.

What is Caribbean Hold’em Poker Progressive Jackpot about?

Caribbean Holdem Poker

Caribbean Hold’em is one of the most common variations of Texas Hold’em, so if you have ever played the latter, you should be quite familiar with the rules and you have all chances of becoming the next lucky winner as soon as you place a bet. Caribbean Hold’em is no different from the other games when it comes to qualifying for the progressive jackpot. For that purpose, you have to place a side bet. It is optional but most players take advantage of that option as the required amount is really small and yet, rewarding as it enables them to win the progressive jackpot.

How to play Caribbean Hold’em Poker Progressive Jackpot?

Caribbean Holdem Poker

You can play Caribbean Hold’em Poker  at any RTG powered online casino. When you start the game, you have to adjust the controls so as they fit your own preferences. The first thing you have to do is to place an Ante bet, which can vary between $1 and $500, although some casinos set lower betting limits. So, after you place your bet, the player and the dealer are dealt two cards each but player’s cards are turned face up, while dealer’s cards are face down. There is a special term for these cards, they are known as pocket cards.

Then, three cards, known as the flop, are dealt and the player has to make a decision whether to Raise or Fold. If the player believes dealer’s hand is weaker, they have to Raise but if the cards dealt are of low value, they’d better fold.

If the player chooses to Raise, the amount of the bet should be twice the size of the initial ante bet. In case the player chooses to Fold, the ante is forfeited and two cards are added to the flop. The lowest possible hand the dealer can qualify with is a pair of 4s.

How to win Caribbean Hold’em Poker Progressive Jackpot?

Caribbean Holdem Poker

As mentioned above the optional side bet qualifies the player for winning the progressive jackpot or a part of it. It depends on the winning combination you hit. If you hit a Royal Flush, you get the entire amount of the accumulated jackpot. However, if you hit another winning combination your winnings will be estimated in accordance to the paytable of the game. Straight Flush pays 20:1, Four of a Kind, Full House and Flush pay 10:1,3:1 and 2:1, respectively.

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