HOW TO PLAY ULTIMATE TEXAS HOLD’EM
Shuffle Master’s user interface is very intuitive and easy to use. You select one of the coin values at the bottom of the screen, and then place them in the swirling Ante and Blind circles. These two main bets are linked. You cannot wager on just the Ante but not the Blind. How much you wager on one is replicated on the other. As this is an RNG-powered table, you are not time-restricted in making your decisions.
After placing your main bet, tap or press the Deal button for the cards to be dealt. Both the player and dealer receive two cards. You can see your cards, but both the dealer cards are face down and cannot be seen. Here, you will be given a series of choices to either check or to make a Play bet. Choosing to go for the Play bet will immediately draw all community cards, which results in a card comparison. If you check, it will first draw three community cards, then the final two, and then it will ask you to make a 1x Play bet or to Fold.
First up, a dealer has to qualify by having more than a pair in hand. If they fail to do this, your Ante will be pushed, rather than winning. In the same vein, your blind will be pushed if you have a hand weaker than a straight. Assuming no pushes happen and you win the round, you will be paid following the paytable you can see on the table itself. To win, all you need to do is have a better hand compared to the dealer.