Casino Poker

Fast becoming one of the most popular casino games the world over, this  adaptation of Tie Holden Poker might be easy enough to learn, but is hugely challenging especially as you never know  “what is in the hold !” Particularly popular with our valued foreign clientele, be sure to take your seat at the pokers tables early, if you expect a place in the games at all. 


Tie Hold'em Poker

  1. Tie poker is a game played up to seven seated players.
  2. Players may place an initial bet on the “Flop.”
  3. Five cards are dealt to the “community area” in front of the dealer.
  4. Two cards are dealt face down to each player and two to the dealer.
  5. After all the cards have been dealt, the players may examine their hands.
  6. The dealer will expose the first three “community cards” and arrange them in a descending order – left to right.
  7. If the players wish to raise their initial bet wagered, they must place an equal amount to their “Flop “on their “Turn” bet box. For players to see the fourth card they must have placed an equal amount of their initial bet on the “Turn”, otherwise they must Fold or surrender and forfeit their “Flop” bet before the fourth card is exposed (Faceup)  The dealer shall then turn the 4th card face up and arrange all cards in descending order, left to right, any pair to be placed at the start.
  8. Before the 5th card is exposed faceup, players now need to make the critical and final decision whether to continue playing or to Fold.  For players to see the 5th card they must raise their initial bet wagered again, they must place a bet on the river bet box. This bet must be double the value of the “Flop” bet. NB, if a player decides not to play the River, they must fold or surrender thereby forfeiting the first 2 bets before    the 5th  card is exposed faceup. 
  9.  When all players have made their decisions, then the dealer will expose the final “community card” and arrange in descending order, left to right and any pair or trips to be placed at the start.
  10. The dealer will then expose their initial 2 cards and clearly indicate their best 5 card combination by off-setting the 2         cards not used to the far left.
  11. The dealer shall then check each player’s two cards along with the 5 “community cards” to determine who has the              higher hand. (whoever has the higher hand wins)
  12.  If the players 5 card combination is higher than the dealers 5 card combination, then the pay table below will be               followed.
  13. The dealer will only qualify with a pair of 4’s or higher. In the event the dealer fails to qualify, all players left in the            game will only have their “Flop” bet paid at 1-1 (even money), unless the players hand is a flush or above, where          the (Flop) will be paid according to the table below.
  14. The following odds are paid (“Turn” and “River” are always paid 1-1 (even money) the “Flop” is paid as below:)
Royal Flush    50 to 1
Straight Flush  20 to 1
Four of a Kind    10 to 1
Full House 3 to 1
Flush  2 to 1
Straight       1 to 1
Three of a Kind     1 to 1
Two Pairs       1 to 1
One Pair     1 to 1