The rules in Caribbean Poker are essentially the same as any other Caribbean stud offering: It’s basically five-card stud poker against the house.
The player may begin play by making up to two wagers. The “ante” of the player’s choosing must be made, while the “jackpot bet” side wager may be played for $1. Player and virtual dealer each receive five cards, with one of the latter’s shown face up. After considering his/her cards, the dealer may choose to “fold”, thereby forfeiting any wagers made to the house, or “raise” to face off against the dealer’s hand; players should note that the raise in Caribbean Poker is 2x the ante. After this, the highest hand wins.
The dealer qualifies on A-K or higher; if the dealer doesn’t qualify, the raise bet is deemed a “push” while the ante is paid out at 2x. The “jackpot bet” side wager pays out at 50x for a flush, 100x for a full house; and 500x for four of a kind. A royal flush wins the accumulated progressive jackpot payout, whereas a straight flush is worth 10% of the jackpot pool.