One hand is not enough? Then take on the live dealer with two hands in Live 2 Hand Casino Holdem. In this version of Casino Holdem, you play with two hands. That is, twice the fun and twice the chance of winning! Get out in front of the croupier and take advantage of it! But calm down, you are not obliged to play with both hands, this is just a privilege, the decision is yours and you can play with just one. Chat with the players and the dealer, live and feel the real feeling of a Casino wherever you are.
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First, you need to place a bet to participate in 2 Hand Casino Hold'em. Select chips on the screen and bet with what you feel comfortable with.
After placing an ante on one or both hands, as well as one or two optional bonus bets, players are dealt one or two hands, each consisting of two hole cards. The Three community cards (the flop) are then dealt.
The Dealer - You will be dealt two cards in each hand from the dealer, face up. The dealer is also dealt two cards at this point. Three community cards are also dealt before you are called to make a decision.
The decision - Depending on what your hand looks like, you can either double your bet or fold. If you continue with the game, two more community cards will be dealt to make a total of five.
The rules of engagement are the same in 2 Hand Casino Hold'em and other forms of online poker. You win in this game if you get a hand of cards of higher value than the dealer's. You can also win with a bad hand if the dealer doesn't qualify. The dealer only qualifies if he has a hand with two fours or better.
Paid bets are paid at a ratio of 1:1 (also known as "even money"), while ante and bonus bets are paid at a ratio of up to 100:1, depending on the player's winning hand.
The theoretical Return to Player (RTP) for Live 2 Hand Casino Hold'em is 97.84%.
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Players must ante one or both hands at the start of each game, but they also have the option to place a bonus bet. Bonus and Ante bets paid at different odds depend on the winning hands made by the player, based on the player's hole cards and the flop.
If a player fails to call the dealer's bet, they lose their ante and any bonus bets on that hand. The Theoretical Return to Player (RTP) on the bonus bet for 2 Hand Casino Holdem is 93.74%