The basic rules of Caribbean Stud are in place here: The player chooses the amount of his/her wager; dealer and player each receive five cards, with one of the dealer’s face up; the player must then decide whether to “stay,” which doubles the bet and reveals the dealer’s hand, or “fold” which loses the player his/her wager but nothing further. The dealer must have a hand of at least A-K to qualify; if the dealer’s hand is higher than the player’s, dealer wins. If the player wins, he/she gets double the wager returned.
In NetEnt’s Caribbean Stud, though, there’s also a nice side bet feature that can really fluff up the wins. But a minimum of €1 – the amount wagered on the hand doesn’t matter – for a shot at scoring some nice wins: With a hand of three of a kind, take a 5:1 payout on the side bet; with a straight, it’s 10:1; a flush gets 25:1; a full house is worth 100:1; four of a kind earns a 250:1 payout; and a straight flush is worth 2500:1. But the royal flush is the biggie: for just that single credit, win a big five- to six-figure progressive jackpot payout.