Poker Bet Rules – How to Play
Poker bet is a casino table game based on the World’s most popular poker game, Texas Holdem. It’s an interesting game that combines great casino features with the betting skills that are mostly only found at the poker tables.
The Poker Bet Rules game lets players bet on the possible outcomes of each round and hand of cards in a standard game of Texas Holdem but you’ll require a little thought to master the game and play the odds correctly.
The Rules of Poker Bet
Before any cards are dealt you can, if you wish, bet on an empty seat – the one that you think will win. This is an obvious coin toss and is risky but should you’re seat be dealt good cards then you’ve placed an early bet at good odds. You then press on the “Deal” button to continue playing and the first two cards are dealt to each player.
A major difference with Poker Bet is that you can see the cards dealt to each player. You can bet on any hand becoming the eventual winner, or none at all if there are no obvious good starting hands. Each hand around the table has the odds of that hand noted beside it. At each stage of the game, the odds are reassessed depending on the strength of the hand.
If you want to place a bet on any Poker Bet hand, then click “Bet” next to the hand you wish to be on and click on the bet you want to place. The bet calculator will list the potential returns if your hand wins and the table to the bottom left of the screen lists any bets you’ve placed.
You may decide to bet on two hands to even out the risk a little but watch the odds to make sure and eventual win is going to cover the bets placed. There’s no point placing lots of bets if you can’t win more than the amount wagered even if you are a winner!
Once your bets have been placed, just click on the “Deal” button to progress to the next stage of the hand.
After the two cards have been dealt to each seat and the deal button has been pressed, the “Flop” will be dealt. This is three cards in the centre of the table that any player can use to make their final hand.
Once the three cards have been dealt, the odds that are marked up on each seat will change dependant on the current chances of each winning the whole hand. Here you can stick with your initial bets or add to them. Again, you can change the seat you bet on if you wish or add more to the seat you’ve already bet on.
At this stage, you can also place a different wager with the Poker Bet rules – you can bet on the suit of the River card or the Turn Card colour as well.
The turn will then be dealt, this is a fourth community card that any hand can use to make up their final hand. You can place any further bets on the outcome of the final winning hands at this stage but you can, if you wish, bet on the suit of the last card, the River card.
The final card will then be dealt and this decides the outcome of the hand. The result of your bets will be shown along with any profit or loss.
Poker Bet Rules are easy to follow and when used with a little skill with regards to betting, your chances of winning can become greater as the hand moves on.
Poker Bet Strategy
If you want to find out more about the strategy of playing Poker Bet better, see our Poker Bet Strategy guide.