Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em
In Ultimate Texas Hold `Em, you're not playing against other players, but against Dealer with wager options including multiple side bets, and the two-way bad beat. Ultimate Texas Hold ’Em follows traditional Hold ’Em rules, but players just have to beat Dealer's hand. Players and Dealer try to make the best possible five-card poker hand using hole cards and five community cards.
HOW TO PLAY
Players make equal ante and blind bets against Dealer with the option of a "Trips" bonus bet before any cards are dealt. When two hole cards are dealt, players may either check or bet three to four times the ante. Dealer then reveals the three-card flop and if players haven't made a play bet, they check or bet two times the ante. Dealer then reveals the final two community cards (turn & river) and i players haven’t already made a play bet, they may fold match the ante.
Dealer then reveals the two hole cards and announces his hand. If the players' hand beat Dealer’s, their bets win even money. If Dealer’s hand beats the players, their ante and blind wagers lose. Ties are considered a push. The blind pays if the player's winning hand is at least a straight, or else it pushes. Dealer needs at least a pair to qualify.
Ultimate Texas Hold `Em is linked to a multi-game progressive giving players the opportunity to win a cumulative jackpot over several different games even if they are not playing all of them.