Ultimate Texas Hold'em

Ultimate Texas Hold'em

Play head-to-head with the dealer in our classic Live Poker game, Ultimate Texas Hold'em!


Coin Size

The coin sizes available in Ultimate Texas Hold'em range from 50p to £2,000.

 

Basic Rules

An unlimited number of players can play a hand at the same time.

The game is played with one standard 52-card deck, which is shuffled after every game.

Your aim to beat the dealer by getting the best possible five-card hand.

Hands are made up of a combination of your two cards and the five community cards.

You are allowed one raise per game at three separate opportunities as the game progresses.

 

The Ante and Blind Bets

To start your game, you must place an ante and a blind bet of equal value.

The ante bet is placed by you, while the blind bet is automatically placed for you.

You can also make an optional Trips Bonus Bet.

This bonus bet pays out on a range of poker hands.

 

The Raise x3 or x4 (Play Bet)

You can now:

- Raise x4

- Raise x3

- Check

 

The Flop and the Raise x2

The dealer now deals the Flop.

If you did not raise earlier, you can now:

- Raise x2

- Check

 

The Turn and River and the Raise x1 or Fold

The dealer now deals the Turn and River.

If you did not raise earlier, you can now:

- Raise x1

- Check

 

The Dealer's Cards Revealed

After making your final decision the dealer will turn their cards over.

To find the winner, the best hands are automatically formed and compared.

 

Blind Bet

Hand Pays
Any Hand Push
Straight 1-1
Flush 1.5-1
Full House 3-1
Four of a Kind 10-1
Straight Flush 50-1
Royal Flush 500-1

 

Play Bet

Hands Play Bet Pays
Raise x4 Ante x4 Ante x4
Raise x3 Ante x3 Ante x3
Raise x2 Ante x2 Ante x2
Raise x1 Ante x1 Ante x1

 

Trips Bonus Bet

Hand Pays
Any Hand 3/1
Straight 4/1
Flush 7/1
Full House 8/1
Four of a Kind 30/1
Straight Flush 40/1
Royal Flush 50/1

 

Return to Player (RTP)

Return to Player: 99.47%

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 £99.47 of wins.

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