• Many variations of the traditional game now exist, each with own unique variations and some with side betting opportunities, including; Let it Ride, 3 Card Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Casino Stud Poker, Caribbean Poker, Casino Hold’em and Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker


How To Play

  • The game utilises a standard deck of 52 cards which is re-shuffled between each hand.
  • The Player must place a bet in the ANTE bet area on the table.
  • Five cards are then dealt face up to the Player. The House is dealt five cards (one face up and four face down).
  • The player then has the choice whether to make the PLAY bet or FOLD.
  • If the Player chooses to FOLD, the game round will end and the ANTE bet will be forfeited.
  • The PLAY bet is equal to x2 the ANTE bet.
  • If the player makes the PLAY bet, then the House's cards are revealed and the hands are compared.
  • The House must have at least an A-K high card hand to qualify.
  • This is defined as an A-High card hand, with a K as the next highest card.


  • If the House does not qualify, the ANTE bet pays 1 to 1, and the PLAY bet pushes.
  • If the House beats the Player, and the House qualifies, both the ANTE and PLAY bets are lost.
  • If the Player ties with the House, and the House qualifies, both the ANTE and PLAY bets are pushed.
  • If the Player beats the House, and the House qualifies, the ANTE bet will pay 1:1, and the PLAY bet will pay according to the paytable.
  • When a bet is pushed, it is returned to the Player with no additional winnings.

Hand Rankings

  • In Casino Stud, 5-card hands are ranked from highest to lowest as follows:
  • Royal Flush (contains the following cards of the same suit: A, K, Q, J, 10)
  • Straight Flush (contains five cards in sequential value and of the same suit)
  • Four of a Kind (contains four cards of the same value)
  • Full House (contains three matching cards of one value and two matching cards of another value)
  • Flush (contains five cards of the same suit)
  • Straight (contains five cards of sequential value in at least two different suits)
  • Three of a Kind (contains three cards of the same value)
  • Two Pair (contains two cards of the same value, plus two more of another matching value)
  • Pair (contains two cards of the same value)
  • High Card (contains a single card which has the highest value of all cards in the hand)
  • For all hand rankings, note that the value of a card ascends sequentially from 2-10, and then according to the following:
    • J
    • Q
    • K
    • A
  • When evaluating a hand, only the highest possible rank within the Player's cards is considered (while a Straight Flush contains both a Straight and a Flush, it is calculated solely as a Straight Flush). A is high except in 5-4-3-2-A sequence.


  • Malfunction voids all pays and plays.

For further information on the specific rules of each games, please see the information available within each game, including the RTP percentage.

Last modification date: 8/4/2021