Ante - is a starting bet which is placed before the game begins .
Raise – Raise a bet during the game.
Fold - Giving up a hand rather than calling the bet.
Check - The player stands.
Flop - The first three community cards dealt face up.
Turn - The fourth community card dealt face up.
River - The fifth and final community card dealt face up.
Push - If a player holds the same hand as the dealer, the player has their bet returned; they neither win nor lose.
Texas Hold ‘Em Bonus Las Vegas Rules is a casino game where cards are dealt by the dealer
for players. A single deck of 52 cards is used for this game.
The Ante bet can be placed only when the player has a balance of at least three times the size
of the Ante bet.
Players play against the house and not other players. The player can also place the Bonus side
bet, which is based on the combination of their two cards.
The player and dealer make their best hand from their two hole cards and five community
cards using standard hand rankings. It’s mandatory for a player to Raise his Ante stake in
order to register for the first three community cards (Flop) which is two times the bet amount
of the Ante placed by the player. The results are compared and the better hand wins.
Dealer’s higher hand = player loses all wagers
Player’s higher hand = Flop, Turn, River bets pay even money
Player’s straight or higher = Ante also pays even money, otherwise it pushes
Player’s and Dealer’s hands’ value is equal (Tie) = Ante, Flop, Turn and River bets all push
The Bonus bet will pay based only on the player’s initial cards, according to the chart below.
If the game is interrupted (either lost connection or termination) after placing the Ante, the
game will autoselect Fold when prompted with Raise/Fold.
The player can make an optional Bonus bet after they place the initial Ante bet.
The player has to place Ante in order to place stake on Bonus.
The payout is based on the player’s two cards which the player receives at the very beginning.
The payout does not depend on the play of the hand or whether the player folds, it is a separate bet.
Suited cards mean two cards of the same suit (i.e. A♣Q♣).
Unsuited cards means they are cards of two different suits (i.e. Q♥Q♣).
|A – A (i.e. A♣ A♥)||30-1|
|A – K (suited) (i.e. A♥ K♥)||25-1|
|A – Q or A – J (suited) (i.e. A♣Q♣)||20-1|
|A – K (unsuited) (i.e. A♣ K♥)||15-1|
|K – K or Q – Q or J – J (i.e. Q♣ Q♣)||10-1|
|A – Q or A – J (unsuited) (i.e. A♣ J♦)||5-1|
|Any pair 2 to 10||3-1|
Possible winning combinations (weakest to strongest)
|High Card||(i.e. 6♦4♠3♦2♣A♥) is a poker hand where there is no poker
winning hand and the only way to find the winner is due to the
highest card of the hand.
|One pair||(i.e. 4♥4♠K♠10♦5♠) is a poker hand in which there are two
cards of the same rank and three different cards .
|Two pair||(i.e. 10♠10♣8♥8♣4♠) is a poker hand in which there are two
pairs and a fifth card.
|Three of a kind||(i.e. 4♦4♣4♠8♣7♦.) is a poker hand which includes three cards
of the same rank and two different cards
|Straight||(i.e. 10♣9♦8♥7♠ 6♠) is a poker hand in which there are five
cards of the sequential rank at least of two suits.
|Flush||(i.e. K♥Q♥9♥5♥4♥) is a poker hand which includes 5 cards of
the same suit but they are of different rank.
|Full House||(i.e. K♥K♠5♥5♣5♠) is a poker hand which includes three cards
of the same rank and different two cards of the same rank
|Four of a kind||(i.e. 7♣ 7♠ 7♦ 7♥ 10♣) is a poker hand which includes four cards
of the same rank and one card of another rank.
|Straight Flush||(i.e. Q♣J♣10♣9♣8♣) is a poker hand which includes 5 cards of
the sequential rank and of the same suit.
Undo buttonRemoves the last bet placed.
Confirm ButtonConfirms placed bets.
Check ButtonSkips a bet.
Raise ButtonRaises the bet.
Fold ButtonFolds the hand