Take on the Dealer in Heads-Up Hold’em

If you enjoy playing Poker but you are lacking opponents, then you will love playing Heads-Up Hold’em. It is a fun variant of the popular Texas Hold’em Poekr, and it gives you the chance to win a huge amount.

Not only can you win for forming a strong poker hand, but the game also features two side bets, the Pocket Bonus and the Trips Plus, and these both give you the chance to win even more.

The aim of the game is to form the best five-card poker hand possible. You place your Ante bet and are the dealt two cards, while the dealer will receive two facedown cards. Next, five community cards are dealt to the centre of the table.

You can then choose between ‘Check’ and ‘x3 Raise’. Selecting ‘x3 Raise’ places a Raise bet that is triple the size of the Ante. Selecting ‘Check’ reveals the first three community cards. Next you can choose from ‘Check’ and ‘x2 Raise’. Like before, selecting ‘x2 Raise’ places a Raise bet that is double the size of the Ante and selecting ‘Check’ reveals the last two community cards.

In the final round, you can either ‘Fold’ or ‘x1 Raise’. Selecting ‘Fold’ signals that you are abandoning the round. Selecting ‘x1 Raise’ places a bet equal to the Ante. The game then calculates the best five-card poker hand possible using your two hole cards and the five community cards. The same is done for the dealer and then any winnings are paid out.

The Trips Plus side bet is on your seven cards (hole and community) containing Trips or better, it can payout anything from 3:1 up to 100:1. The Pocket Bonus side bet is on your hole cards containing a Pair or an Ace and a Face. It can payout from 5:1 up to 30:1.

The game even offers you a Bad Beat bonus. If you have a straight or better and you lose the round then you receive a bonus payout, which could be as large as 500:1 if are holding a Straight Flush.

This game is perfect for developing your poker skills and having fun at the same time. Try it today and see what hands you can form.

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