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Cyber Caribbean Stud Poker Rules   


Cyber Caribbean Stud Poker is a five-card stud poker game with odds paid for higher winning hands. A player begins by placing a bet (ante) in the ante box. Player is dealt five cards face down while the the dealer is dealt four cards face down and one card face up. Player then evaluate their hands and decide on one of two options.

1. Fold
- a player will lose the amount wagered on the ante OR
2. Play
- a player will place an additional wager in the bet area which must be double the amount of the "ante" wager.

The dealer then reveals his/her hand and compares them with player's hand if it is still in play. The dealer must qualify, however, with an Ace/King hand or better. If the dealer fails to qualify, the player receives even money on ther amount wagered on the ante while the back bet is a standoff. If the dealer qualifies with an Ace/King or higher and his/her hand is higher than the player's hand, the player loses both wagers on the ante and the bet. If the player's hand is higher than the dealer's hand, the player receives even money on the ante wager and a bonus amount wagered in the bet are based on the chart below.
One pair or less 1 to 1
Two pairs 2 to 1
Three of a kind 3 to 1
Straight 4 to 1
Flush 5 to 1
Full House 7 to 1
Four of a Kind 20 to 1
Straight Flush 50 to 1
Royal Flush 100 to 1


The player can participate in the optional Progressive Jackpot.

The amount of the current Jackpot is reflected on the board top-left corner of the table.

The progressive Jackpot wager is $1.00 per hand. Regardless of the outcome of the poker hand, any player holding a Jackpot hand who has wagered the Progressive Jackpot will receive a bonus for that hand according to the following chart.
Flush $50
Full House $100
Four of a Kind $500
Straight Flush 10% of Jackpot
Royal Flush 100% of Jackpot


Royal Flush         
The highest ranking hand possible. All five cards are in both sequence and common suit.
        Example: A(hearts), K(hearts), Q(hearts), J(hearts), 10(hearts)

Straight Flush
Five cards both in sequence and common suit.
        Example: 10(diamonds), 9(diamonds), 8(diamonds), 7(diamonds), 6(diamonds)

Four of a Kind
Four cards of the same rank.
        Example: 5(clubs), 5(hearts), 5(spades), 5(diamonds)

Full House
Three cards of one rank and two cards of another rank.
        Example: K(clubs), K(diamonds), K(hearts), 4(spades), 4(clubs)

Five cards of same suit.
        Example: K(diamonds), J(diamonds), 9(diamonds), 6(diamonds), 3(diamonds), 2(diamonds)

Five cards in sequence (Aces may be used high or low)
        Example: 5(clubs), 4(diamonds), 3(hearts), 2(spades), A(clubs)

Three of a kind
Three cards of same rank.
        Example: 9(clubs), 9(diamonds), 9(hearts), A(spades), 8(clubs)

Two pairs
Two groups of two cards of same rank.
        Example: 4(clubs), 4(diamonds), J(hearts), J(spades), A(clubs)

One pair
Two cards of the same rank
        Example: 8(clubs), 4(diamonds), J(hearts), J(spades), A(clubs)

High Card
The rank of hands containing no pair is determined by the highest ranking card.
        Example: A (spades), Q (spades), 9 (diamonds), 6 (spades), 3 (clubs)


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