Progressive Texas Hold’em
Progressive Texas Hold’em pits you against the
Dealer in heads-up hands. If your ending five-card
poker hand is higher than the Dealer’s, you
win regardless of whether other players have a
higher hand than yours.
To play, you must make the Ante wager. You may
also place a bonus wager and a $1 progressive
jackpot wager. You will then receive two cards.
Playing the Game
Once you receive your two hole cards, you can
either fold or bet 2 times your Ante. Once the
Dealer reveals the three-card flop, you have
a choice, check or place a bet equal to your
Ante. The Dealer will then reveal the fourth
“community” card, and you will then have the
option to check or again bet equal to your Ante.
Finally, the fifth “community” card is revealed:
no more bets are accepted, the Dealer turns
over all cards and makes the best five-card
Winning & Losing
The Dealer then reveals his two hole cards
and announces his hand. If your hand is higher
than the Dealer’s hand you win even money on
all bets. The Ante also wins 1 to 1 if your hand
contains a straight or better. If you lose, the
Dealer will take all your bets.
If you made a Bonus jackpot wager, your two-card
hand wins if you have a pair or an Ace
and a face card. You do not need to win in
the main game to be paid on the
The optional $1 progressive bet is paid
based on your hole cards and the first three
community cards only. The progressive bet
wins if these cards make up a Flush or better
(see paytable for odds). The top award – 100%
of the jackpot – pays when you have a Royal
Flush among your hole cards and the first
three community cards.