Caribbean Draw Poker

How to Play

How to Play Caribbean Draw Poker

Caribbean Draw Poker fits in with the Caribbean Stud & Caribbean Hold’Em poker family, they’re all very similar with very little difference between the three. In Caribbean Draw Poker, the player is dealt five cards, face up. The dealer is dealt five cards with four cards face down and one card face up, as with other kinds of poker your aim in this game is to have a better poker hand than the dealer. After you have received your five cards you can choose to fold this should only happen if you strongly feel that your hand will definitely be inadequate, This will end the game & forfeit the ante bet you had placed. If you feel like your hand is a good one, you can select two cards to draw which will force you to bet again, this time twice the amount of the ante bet. The dealer will also draw up two cards as well. In order for the dealer to qualify for playing in this game, the dealer will need a pair of eight’s or better to qualify. It’s great when the dealer doesn’t have a pair of eight’s or better because that means you win! In other situations the winner is decided by the highest poker hand, if there is a tie, it is determined by the high card.

There is also a progressive jackpot option with Caribbean Draw Poker as well, where the player will place an additional bet that could qualify them for the entire part or some of the jackpot. If the player wins the jackpot, the payout is determined by the poker hand. In online casinos typically, there will be an indicator which shows you where & when to place your progressive jackpot bet. Some online casinos offer special casino bonuses on Caribbean Draw Poker.