Known as the “Caribbean Poker,” Caribbean Hold'em is a card game with a twist. Originally from the Bahamas, the game was first played in Las Vegas casinos. Nowadays, it can be found in live casinos worldwide and can even be played online. This version of the popular multi-player card game originated from the United States. To play it, players are divided into two teams of five players.
In Caribbean Hold'em, each player is dealt five cards and is required to combine these cards with the community cards. A pair of tens will result in a Broadway straight. A pair of aces will produce a pair of tens. The next two community cards will improve the hand. Once a player's hand is determined, the dealer will discard his or her face card. The dealer will deal a third card to the board.
The rules of Caribbean Hold'Em are similar to those of the Texas Hold'em poker game. The Ante bet is made by the player and the dealer receives three cards, which they must turn over and decide which move to make. If the dealer is holding a pair of fours or better, he or she must bet the Ante, or the nut kicker. In order to win, a player must have a pair of fours or better.