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When it comes to casino games, none has ever reached the popularity of poker. They come close, certainly. However, poker has a cultural impact like no other. There are dedicated channels all about poker tournaments. The best poker players are often treated with the same reverence reserved for athletes. That kind of popularity makes poker variants a very interesting prospect for many companies. That includes BetGames and one of their first titles Bet on Poker.
Unfortunately, there is no RTP information for this game. This is due to the constantly shifting odds in this release. You can keep placing bets as more cards are revealed. The payout will vary depending on what cards the dealer draws as well as how likely a win is. This BetGames release uses two decks, but only one is played with. The other is placed in an auto shuffler and is swapped in at the end of each round.
The start of every round begins with a betting period. In this timeframe, no cards are present on the table. That means all hand and combination bets will offer their default payout values if played now. You can choose to place bets now or wait until more cards are drawn to wager your funds instead. Each time the dealer places more cards on the table, the payout odds change. The less likely a hand or combination is to win, the better the reward it will offer.
In terms of gameplay, Bet on Poker is very similar to Texas Hold’em. There are six player positions, all of which receive two personal cards. Additionally, there are five cards in the middle of the table that is shared for all player hands. The host draws all player hands to begin. After a brief wait, she will then draw the first three shared cards. Another brief wait and she draws the fourth card. During each of these waits, players can place bets to try to take advantage of the shifting odds.
After the fifth shared card is on the table, the game will display the winning hands for that round. Unlike regular Texas Hold’em, you do not control any of the hands in Bet on Poker. All you can do is wager on the outcome of what is happening on the table in front of you. If you correctly predicted the outcome of the round, you will receive a cash prize. Your prize is determined by the odds when your bet was placed.
Casino members can place various combination bets to attempt to score big wins. Not all combination bets are about winning big, of course. However, the rarest combinations can often reach the maximum possible payout, which is 250:1. While the odds constantly shift as the round progresses, all combination bets have a default value they start with. You can see all possible combination bets and their initial odds listed below.
If you do not want to experiment with combination bets, you can opt for the safer option. Hand bets are quite simple. You are trying to predict which of the six hands on the table will be the winning one. By default, all six hand bets start with a 5.20:1 payout. However, these odds change quickly once cards start being drawn. If you want to maximize your winning potential, we recommend waiting until the last card draw. Your win might not be huge, but the risk of loss will be much lower.
Bet on Poker is built from the ground up to appeal to different player types. If you are just starting with poker, this BetGames release offers a low-stress way to learn about it. You can become familiar with different poker hand combinations without worrying if you should hit or fold. The core poker gameplay remains the same. However, you are wagering on the outcome, rather than trying to play perfectly. If that sounds appealing to you, then we wholeheartedly recommend checking this game out.
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