ULTIMATE TEXAS HOLD'EM
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Ultimate Texas Hold'em
Just like classic poker, Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em uses a standard 52-card deck. Near the game's end, both dealer and remaining players create the best hand using their own two cards plus the five community cards. The dealer can only open with a pair or better. Payouts depend on who wins and if the dealer opens, with play, ante, and blind bets graded accordingly.
Trips Bonus Bet
The Trips Bonus Bet is an optional bet for the game of Ultimate Texas Hold’em. The Trips Bonus Bet takes into consideration the player’s hand. If the player’s final five-card hand is a Three of a Kind or better the player will be paid up to 50 to 1 for a Royal Flush.
No Player Collection*
Other casinos charge you $0.50, $1.00, $2.00 or more on every hand as a player.
You'll pay No Player Collection* to play a hand of any amount at our Ultimate Texas Hold'em table as a player.
Bad Beat Bonus Bet Up To 7,500 to 1
The Bad Beat Bonus Bet is an optional bet for the game of Ultimate Texas Hold’em. The Bad Beat Bonus Bet takes into consideration the losing hand of either the player or player-dealer. If the player’s final five-card hand is a Three of a Kind or better and they lose the game; or if the player-dealer has a hand of Three of a Kind or better and is beaten by the player, the player will be paid according to the paytable. If both the player and the player-dealer have a five- card hand tie; the Bad Beat Bonus Bet will lose.
Ultimate Texas Hold'em open 24/7
Our tables are open 24/7, come on down any time night or day and we'll have a Ultimate Texas Hold'em game going.
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