Caribbean Poker has similarities both to Blackjack and Video Poker. The goal is the same, to beat the dealer’s hand. In this version of the game, the differences can make the game very exciting and rewarding.

The game is played with a deck of 52 cards. First place an ante bet, then you are dealt a hand of five cards, same for the dealers. Four are face down and one open card. No new cards are dealt in this version. Both parties compare hands and you must decide whether to make a bet and challenge the dealer’s hand or to surrender. One important detail is that the dealer’s hand must contain one Ace or King to qualify. If so, both hands are viewed and the best one wins.