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Get a hold of some big wins with Live Hold-Em Poker

Now, you must have heard of people having all the fun with online Poker before, so why not come and grab your piece of the action with an exciting game of Live Hold’Em?

Otherwise known as “Live Hi-Lo”, this fun live Poker gameprovides its players with a deck of cards which hold an endless set of possibilities. Using the very best in high-tech live casino technology that the market has to offer, you can expect to be put through your paces during gameplay and face the toughest of dealers in the business! The game offers players an auto-play function, the chance to win up to 100:1on your bet, along with a minimum bet of £0.50 – the maximum being £3,000.

Live Hold’Em is a single deck game, meaning that the dealer will shuffle the cards and replace them in the deck each time the betting round is over, which gives players a guaranteed fair chance each time they place their bet. Due to the standard deck that is used for the game, the in-game symbols are that of a classic deck of cards – ace, hearts, clubs, diamonds and spades. Easy to wrap your head around, and simple to remember. 

To begin your game, you must first make your stake somewhere between 0.50 and 3,000 coins. After you have made this decision, you will receive your two face up cards and, unlike all other forms of the classic casino game, the dealer will receive both of their cards face down – the traditional way being one hidden and one revealed. Along with those that are dealt, there will also be three community cards placed in the middle of the table. 

Now, you must choose your next move. Will you fold and sacrifice your initial bet? Or will you call and continue, making a second bet that’s equal to twice the size of your original bet? If you go on to call, two more community cards are dealt, and the dealer’s cards will then be revealed. The winning hand will be based on the one which ranks higher according to the rules of the game. Whenever the game reaches this point, the dealer must have at least a pair of fours, or better, to qualify and continue the game. If this time comes, and the dealer does not have a qualifying hand, then you will receive a 1:1 payout based on of your original bet and your secondary call bet will be returned. But, if the dealer does have a substantial hand, then the player gets the chance to win prizes worth up to 100:1 if they can make the best five-card poker hand.

To help keep the return to player rate as high as 99.18%, Live Hold’Em’s table also includes side bets. Mostly known as “AA”, this option allows the player to win prizes ranging from 7:1 to 100:1 when you make a pair of aces or better. If you combine this feature along with the original bet payouts, this has the real potential to be a highly entertaining, engaging and – if you’re lucky – lucrative game!

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