The first thing players will notice when they access this game is the wagering minimum and maximum, which stands at €1 and €40, respectively. The bottom right of the screen offers you the various different chips that you can utilise to form your bet amounts. These are available in the sizes of 1, 5 and 10. To begin the game, you simply need to place a wager on the ‘Ante’ circle, and this can be made up of either a single chip, or several different chips at once. In addition, you can place a wager on the progressive jackpot by moving your chips over to the ‘Jackpot’ circle and clicking on it. This circle only allows a single 1 chip to be added to it. Then, when you’re satisfied with the amount of your bet, you simply need to press the ‘Deal’ button in the bottom centre of the screen.
After you’ve done so, you’ll see a set of five cards dealt out in front of you, followed by five cards dealt out in front of the dealer, one of which is face up, while the remainder are left face down. It’s now your choice as to whether you stay in the game or fold. You’ll be able to see what kind of hand you have, as the game will automatically inform you of whether it’s a ‘High Card’, ‘Three of a Kind’, ‘Full House’, or any other in a number of poker wins. If you decide to fold at this point, you forfeit your ante and any progressive jackpot bet. If you stay in the game, you must add to your bet double the amount already wagered. Moving on from here, the dealer will look at their cards, and if they do not have at least an Ace and a King, the player automatically wins even money on the ante and the additional bet is returned.
Should the dealer be in possession of an Ace or a King, then a comparison is made between both your hand and the dealer’s. If you have the higher hand, you win even money on the ante and the additional bet will pay according to a pay off table. If the dealer’s hand is higher, the players loses all ante funds and the raise. A push will occur if both the dealer and the player own a hand of the same value.