Go head-to-head against the dealer in Ultimate Texas Hold'em Live with Trips bonus bets available!
Ultimate Texas Hold'em Live sees players go head-to-head against the dealer to get the best possible five-hand poker hand.
Hands are dealt from a standard 52-card deck and are made of a combination of two cards dealt to each player and five community cards.
You are allowed one raise per game at three separate points during play.
The earlier you raise, the more you can wager and win.
· Once after the initial Ante and Blind bets, then three different chances to raise at different points in the game with the Play bet.
· Each player placing an Ante and Blind bet has the option of making a Trips bonus bet
The Ante and Blind Bets
To start the game, you will need to make an Ante bet.
A Blind bet of equal value will then automatically be placed for you.
You may then also make an optional Trips bonus bet, which pays out on a range of poker hands, from Three of a Kind or better, no matter what hand the dealer has.
The Initial Bet
Both you and the dealer will receive two starting cards.
Your cards will be dealt face up, while the dealer's will be face down.
The Play Bet
Once you have received your starting cards, you can choose to either Raise at three or four times the value of your Ante bet or Check (do nothing).
If you choose to raise at three or four times the value of your Ante bet, then the appropriate chip value is placed on the Play bet spot and no more raise options will be offered.
The Flop and Raise x2
The dealer will now deal the first three community cards - the Flop.
If you did not raise earlier, you can now choose to either raise at twice the value of your Ante bet or Check.
If you choose to raise then the appropriate chip value is placed on the Play bet spot and no more raise options will be offered.
The Turn and the River
The dealer then deals the Turn and River (the last two community cards).
If you did not raise earlier then you must now either raise equal to your Ante bet or Fold.
If you fold then you will lose your Ante and Blind bets.
The Dealer's Hand
Once the final player has made their decision, the dealer reveals their two cards.
The best hands are automatically compared to find the winner.
There are several different payouts available in Ultimate Texas Hold'em Live.
See below for more information.
|Royal Flush||500 to 1|
|Straight Flush||50 to 1|
|Four of a Kind||10 to 1|
|Full House||3 to 1|
|Flush||1.5 to 1|
|Straight||1 to 1|
|All other||Push (bet returned to player)|
|Raise x4||Ante x4||Ante x4|
|Raise x3||Ante x3||Ante x3|
|Raise x2||Ante x2||Ante x2|
|Raise x1||Ante x1||Ante x1|
Trips Bonus Bet
|Royal Flush||50 to 1|
|Straight Flush||40 to 1|
|Four of a Kind||30 to 1|
|Full House||8 to 1|
|Flush||7 to 1|
|Straight||4 to 1|
|All other||3 to 1|
Return to Player
Expected return to player (RTP): 99.47%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game and is based on the player making the best choices during play.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £99.47 of wins.