How to play
Part of Texas Hold’em popularity all over the world is due to the fact that it is very easy to learn and at the same time it is a game of strategy and tactics.
The goal of Texas Hold’em is to come up with the best poker hand by using the two cards dealt and the community cards.
To start a game of Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker a bet has to be placed in the Ante Box and an additional bet may be placed to play the bonus round. Once the bet or bets have been placed press the Deal button.
At the beginning of each hand the player is dealt two cards face up while the dealer gets two cards face down. To reveal the Flop cards press the Bet button, to reveal the Turn card you may bet the same Ante amount or you simply continue without doubling your bet. The same step applies to reveal the River card.
Once the Flop cards are revealed and you do not wish to continue playing, you may Fold. By folding you automatically lose the ante bet.
The Bonus side bet is won if your first two cards dealt match the pay table.
Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker is a thinking person’s game. The more you play it the more you’ll be able to decrease the odds against you.
When enjoying a new game of Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker you have to analyze your cards. Consider folding before the Flop if you have non-pair cards, both less than 10. It is important to keep an 8 and a 9 of the same suit because it gives you a chance at getting a straight or flush.
Don’t let yourself advance much into the game with a weak hand. It is best to lose the Ante bet at the beginning than to advance with limited possibilities and lose all your bets.
Start playing for fun at first, once you feel confident with the game switch to real money play but make sure you have set aside a bankroll you do without in case of a loss.
When playing Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker it is always important to remember two basic elements:
- The first two cards you are dealt will be the only two cards that will set you apart from the dealer’s cards and give a chance to win.
- The Flop, Turn and River cards are all community cards. Those are the cards that both the player and the dealer will use to come up with the best poker hand. It is very important to analyze how those cards could actually help the dealer come up with a better hand in order to make the right decisions. Be aware of the dealer’s chance at coming up with a straight and/or a flush.
Once the Flop cards are revealed it is ok to cut your losses. It is best to Fold then and only lose the Ante bet than to continue and lose all bets.
Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker is derived from the popular casino table game of Texas Hold ’em. Not much is know about the origins of Texas Hold’em but urban legend tells that it was originated in Texas in the early 1900’s.
It wasn’t up until 1967 that Texas Hold’em was introduced to Las Vegas. Once it was introduced to Las Vegas, Texas Hold’em began its course towards its impressive popularity.
Texas Hold’em is played in casinos all over the world and it is now available at the real money casino section of CoolCat casino and it comes revamped with a Bonus version so players can have even more fun and win bigger prizes.
Ante: the ante is the first bet that is placed to start the game of Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker.
Flop: three cards are placed in the Flop box as part of the community cards.
Turn: the Turn is the fourth community card dealt.
River: the River is the fifth community card dealt.
Check: press check to reveal the Turn and River cards without raising your bet.
Fold: press Fold if you don’t wish to continue playing you hand. By folding you automatically lose all bets except the Bonus bet if it was won.
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