Texas Hold em Unlimited Poker
The Texas Hold’Em Unlimited Poker is a community card poker game and ranks amongst the most popular card games in the world. Here, you play your poker hand against the House (the Dealer) and the objective is to have a higher poker hand in order to win.
Texas Hold’Em Unlimited Poker also gives you the opportunity for an optional bet called “Bonus Wager” which involves players comparing their two hole cards to a payout table. The payment of the Bonus Wager is not tied with players winning in the main game if the wager has been placed prior to any cards being dealt to the player.
How to Play
Players place a wager of their choice (Ante) that will determine their minimum and maximum bet throughout the hand.
Players place their optional bonus bet. The bonus bet involves betting on the first two cards of the hand (called Hole cards). A bonus will be paid if the player’s Hole cards match the Payout Odds Table.
Players will be dealt two initial cards (the Hole cards). Players will then take a look at their Hole cards and decided whether they will bet (double their Ante) or fold (surrender their Ante) on the upcoming Flop.
Players will be dealt three additional community cards (the Flop cards). Cards are dealt at face up value. Players will then either Check/Pass (stay in the game without additional betting) or bet (betting the same amount as their initial Ante) on the upcoming Turn.
Players will be dealt an additional Turn card which comes at face up value once again. Players can again choose to either Check/Pass or Bet on the upcoming River.
Players will be dealt the final fifth community card (the River card) at face up value. Afterwards, two cards are dealt face up to the Dealer. If a player achieves a better hand than the Dealer’s hand, then he/she wins on his/her Flop, Turn and River wagers. If the player achieves a Straight or better, he/she will be paid on his/her Ante bet.
Rankings in Texas Hold’Em Unlimited Poker
- ROYAL FLUSH
- STRAIGHT FLUSH
- FOUR OF A KIND
- FULL HOUSE
- THREE OF A KIND
- TWO PAIRS
- ONE PAIR
- ODD CARD HAND