Casino Hold’em


Get ready to experience the excitement of Ezugi’s unique variation of the hugely popular Texas Hold’em Poker - Casino Hold’em, where an unlimited number of players compete against the dealer to win payouts up to 100:1!

Great payouts can be won on both the main Ante bet, which pays out on a High Card through to a Royal Flush, and on the optional Bonus bet that offers additional rewards.

To take this game to the next level, Casino Hold’em additionally offers an amazing Casino Razz Bonus side bet. This side bet provides greater entertainment with potentially higher winnings on the low-value hands.

The Casino Razz side bet is paid out if a fivecard hand contains Jack High to Six High. But the excitement doesn’t stop there - if a hand contains straight of Ace to Five suited, the highest payout is 200:1.

Casino Hold’em is considered to be a true classic in casinos worldwide, and our live version is the most authentic version there is.


Casino Hold’em is played with one standard 52-card deck, excluding Jokers. One deck of cards is used in each game.

The objective of the game is to beat the dealers’ hand by getting the best possible five-card hand, made out of the two cards dealt to the player and five community cards.

In order to participate in the game, an Ante bet must be placed. Optionally you can also place a Bonus bet, which wins in case of Pair of Aces or a better combination and/or a Casino Razz Bonus side bet.

Casino Razz Bonus side bet uses the players’ cards and the first three flop cards from the community cards to form a five-card hand. The prize is paid on the lowest five-card hand that contains Jack High to Six High and does not include pair of Jacks High or lower. Aces count as low, and with the hand containing low straight of Ace to Five suited, the highest payout of 200:1 is paid.

The dealer deals out two cards face up to the player, and two cards face down to the dealer.

Three community cards are dealt face-up in the middle of the table. These three community cards are common for the use of both the player and the dealer for making up their perspective hands.

After the dealing of the initial cards, your card combination is displayed on the screen.

You must now estimate your chances of winning and decide whether to Play and continue to play, or Fold and lose all bets made.

If you continue to play, you must place a Play bet, which always is double the Ante bet.

If you decide to Fold, you will lose the Ante bet. However, you will still be eligible to win the Bonus bet and/or the Casino Razz Bonus side bet, if placed.

If you fold, you will see the remainder of the game played out but will not participate.

If the decision time is over and you have not made a Play or Fold decision, your hand will automatically fold and you will lose all bets. The message ‘Auto Folded’ will be displayed above the virtual cards.

When the decision time is over, the dealer will deal two additional community cards (known as ‘Turn’ and ‘River’) and will then turn the dealer’s initial two cards face up.

To find a winner, the best-paying hands are formed and compared for the player and for the dealer, using five out of the seven available cards (that is, the two cards dealt to each hand plus five community cards).

The dealer must have a Pair of Fours or higher to qualify.

The player wins if the dealer doesn’t qualify:
The Ante bet is paid out according to the payout table, and the Play bet is returned to the player.

The player wins if the dealer’s hand qualifies, and the dealer’s hand is lower than the player’s:
The Ante bet is paid out according to the payout table and the Play bet pays 1:1.

The player loses if the dealer’s hand qualifies and is higher than the player’s:
The player loses both their Ante bet and Play bet.

It is a Push when the players and dealer have exactly the same hand:
A Push means nobody wins or loses. The player gets back their Ante bet and Play bet.

If the player and dealer have hands of the same type, the one that includes the card of the highest value wins (e.g. three Kings beats three Queens; a Flush of Q, J, 10, 9, 8 bea ts a Flush of 10, 9, 8, 7, 6).

When the player and dealer tie, the next highest card that is not part of the paying hand (known as the ‘Kicker’) determines the winner.