This famous five-card game is all about trying to work out what kind of hand the dealer has - and whether your hand can beat his. Remember: know when to hold 'em - know when to fold 'em!
To add an extra thrill, Casinos offer you the option of placing a Super Stud bet, which is a side-bet of £1 giving you the chance to win a huge jackpot linked to all our casinos in the UK.
In this version of Poker, you play against the dealer, not against other players - and you start by putting your bet (the 'ante') in the ante circle. Everyone, including the dealer, is dealt five cards, face down - apart from the dealer, whose last card is dealt face up to give you an idea of how good his hand might be.
If you don't think your hand is as good as the dealer's, you can 'fold' and lose your bet. On the other hand, if you think your hand might beat the dealer's you can raise the bet by putting your cards face down on the table (in the 'raise box') and put twice your initial bet on top of the cards.
When all the players have placed their bets, the dealer reveals their cards. If there is no Ace, King or better in the hand, the dealer loses and pays even money to all hands still in play.
If the dealer has an Ace, King or better, they turn over all hands in play. If the dealer's hand is better than yours, you lose all bets. If yours is a 'tied hand', you keep your bet. If your hand is better than the dealer's they'll pay you evens on your ante bet.
The odds you'll get on your raise
Super Stud Payouts
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