The rules of Casino Holdem are quite similar to the rules of Texas Hold'em poker. However, in Casino Hold'em, players don't match against other players and they'll only compete to beat the dealers. There are plenty of web-based and offline Casino Holdem options for players to indulge themselves in.
Each Casino Holdem games is hosted with the regular 52 card deck. It's mandatory to make the ante bet, but one can choose whether to place the side bet, also known as AAA side bets. The dealer is allowed to deal two more cards to the board if one or more players make a call.
The main aim of the game is to pick the best five cards from the two dealt cards and the five cards on the board. To win, a player's cards are normally compared to the dealer's. In essence, the dealer must attain a quality pair of 4s or higher to qualify.
There are four main outcomes in each match. First, the dealer may not qualify, and the ante bet is paid according to the scheduled paytable. Secondly, the dealer may qualify, but the player gains a better hand. Third, the dealer may qualify, and the player gets an equal hand, and lastly, the player may also get a weaker hand.