Bermuda Poker

Bermuda poker is a solo version of the most popular card game, poker. Bermuda poker pits you, the player, against the dealer and you're paid out according to the rank of your poker hand. The better your hand, the bigger your payout. Bermuda poker also offers a separate progressive jackpot bet for $1. If you play the progressive and your hand qualifies, you win big!

Let's Play! | Rules | Bermuda Poker Hands | You Win! | Progressive Jackpot

back to the topLet's Play!

At the beginning of each game you are required to place an initial bet, known as an ante. This amount appears on the betting circle on the table top.

  1. Select a chip value of either $1, $5, $10, $25, or $100.
  2. Click the betting circle until the number of chips displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
  3. To reduce your bet amount, right-click the betting circle to remove chips. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected chip.
  4. Click Progressive to participate in the progressive jackpot (optional). When you place a $1 bet on the progressive jackpot, a light appears on the coin slot in front of the betting circle to indicate that you have bet on the progressive jackpot.
  5. Click Deal. You and the dealer will each be dealt a hand of five cards. All of your cards will be face up, but only one of the dealer's cards will be face up. No additional cards are dealt.
  6. Click Fold or Raise.

 

back to the topRules

Bermuda poker uses a one deck shoe.

If the dealer's hand does not have a rank of an Ace-King or higher, the dealer fails to qualify and the game is over. Your bet is returned to you with double your ante.

If the dealer's hand qualifies, it is compared to your hand. If the dealer's hand is higher, you will lose both your ante and your bet. If the dealer's hand is lower, you will receive twice your ante and will be paid out on your bet according to the payout schedule. The odds that your winning hand pays out are shown on the table top next to the betting circle.

If your hand and the dealer's tie on rank, whoever has the next highest ranking card is the winner. If there is an absolute tie, you will get all your money back.

Once the game is over, you will have the chance to change your ante and begin again.

 

back to the topBermuda Poker Hands

Hand Definition Example
Royal Flush The highest hand in poker. Consists of the following cards: ten, jack, queen, king, and an ace all of the same suit. Royal Flush Royal Flush Royal Flush Royal Flush Royal Flush
Straight Flush Five cards in sequence, all of the same suit. Straight Flush Straight Flush Straight Flush Straight Flush 
Four of a Kind Four cards of the same denomination, one in each suit.     
Full House Three cards of one denomination and two cards of another denomination.     
Flush Five cards all of the same suit.     
Straight Five cards in sequence of any suit.     
Three of a Kind Three cards of the same denomination and two unmatched cards.     
Two Pairs Two sets of two cards of the same denomination and any fifth card.    
One Pair Two cards of the same denomination and three unmatched cards.     
Ace–King An ace and a king and three unmatched cards.

back to the topYou Win!

A winning hand pays out according to the following odds:

Hand Payout
Royal Flush
100:1
Straight Flush
50:1
Four of a Kind
20:1
Full House
7:1
Flush
5:1
Straight
4:1
Three of a Kind
3:1
Two Pair
2:1
One Pair
1:1
Ace-King
1:1

back to the topProgressive Jackpot

You can place a $1 bonus bet if you wish to participate in a progressive jackpot. By placing an additional $1 wager, you have the chance to win even when the dealer does not qualify! Below are the winnings based on the optional $1 wager.

Hand Payout
Royal Flush
100% of the Jackpot
Straight Flush
10% of the Jackpot
Four of a Kind
$250
Full House
$150
Flush
$100

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