Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker is a variant of the classic Texas Hold’em Poker. In this game variation, players do not play against other players but against the dealer. There is another extra feature added to this game new version called “Bonus Bet” which is a side bet who gives the players the chance to wage and compare their final hand to those placed on the bonus paytable. Play now!
How to Play:
In Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker, player and the dealer play in one against one hand, meaning that only one good hand is required to beat the dealer. The purpose of the game is to get the highest-ranked five-card poker hand at the end. To get started with the game, an Ante bet has to be placed and player and dealer will receive two cards. The Player cards will be dealt face-up and the dealer’s face down. At this moment player may also place a Bonus Bet as a sidebet. Player can either bet or fold the hand. By folding the hand the Ante Bet is lost and hand is over. If player decides to play the hand a second wager is required and both, the Ante and Flop bets need to be placed. Once second bet has been placed three community cards that will be shared by both, player and dealer, will be dealt. Player can Call or Raise and make additional bets. Once third bet has been placed the fourth community card known as “The Turn” will be dealt giving the player the chance, once again, to Call or Raise. Once the fifth community card also known as “River” is dealt, dealer will reveal his hand to be compared with the player’s hand.
Once you enter the Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker game from The Virtual Casino lobby, you will see the empty table in front of you along with 5 casino chips laid out on the table's border. The value of each of the chips you will see is $1, $5, $25, $100, and $500. You will be able to select the amount you would like to bet on each hand by clicking on those chips, depending on the size of your playable bankroll. If you would like to bet $40 on your next hand, you would simply click the $25 chip once, and then click the $5 chip 3 times to bring the total chip count placed in the betting box to $40. To remove chips from your bet, you simply click on the chips already placed in the betting box and they will be removed and placed back in your bankroll.
Four of a Kind
Three of a Kind
(NOTE: you can only remove chips from your bankroll before you have dealt the hand. Once the deal starts, all bets are final.)
Below is a brief description of each of the buttons found below the Texas Hold'Em Bonus Poker table.
Deal: The Deal button is used to start each game of Texas Hold'Em Bonus Poker. Once the deal button is pressed, the game has started and all bets are on.
Rules: The rules button is displayed on the left-hand side of the table. This tab will display the general rules of the game.
Cashier Button: The cashier button will take you to the casino cashier where you can request withdrawals, make deposits, redeem coupons and view your account history.
Menu Button: The menu button allows you to adjust your preferences for the game in regards to view, sound and card speed.
Help: The help button will take you to the RTG Texas Hold'Em Bonus Poker page where you will be able to find the basic rules of the game along with Payouts and Point Values.
Back: The back button will send you back to the casino lobby and allow you to choose another game to play.
Texas Hold'Em Bonus Poker Tip 1: Avoid playing this table game as the classic Texas Hold'em. Players have the chance to play almost any two cards since they are only playing against the dealer.
Texas Hold'Em Bonus Poker Tip 2: When playing always a good idea to fold unsuited hands, unrelated low cards both below seven, for example: 2-5 or 3-6.
Texas Hold'Em Bonus Poker Tip 3: A good strategy is to either place the bet or fold the hand right before community cards are dealt. By folding unsuited 2/3, 2/4, 2/5, 2/6, 2/7 and playing other hands the house edge is reduced.
Flop pays 1:1
Turn pays 1:1
River pays 1:1
Ante Straight or Better pays 1:1
Ante Otherwise pays as Push
Bonus Bet Payouts
A-A pays 30:1
A-K pays 25:1
A-Q (Suited) pays 20:1
A-K (Unsuited) pays 15:1
K-K, Q-Q or J-J (High Pairs) pays 10:1
A-Q or A-J (Unsuited) pays 5:1
10:10 through 2:2 (Low Pairs) pays 3:1