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Caribbean poker is a popular poker game with rules similar to the rules of five card stud poker. Caribbean poker is not really a poker game because the players are not playing against each other. It is an American casino game where each player against the bank.

You bet, also called 'ante' and you and the bank gets five cards each. Once you have seen your hand and the bank's first card, you must either make a 'call bet' by increasing your bet by an amount equal to twice your original ante, or 'surrender', whereby the bank wins your ante. If the bank has ace or better, and your hand is worse than the bank, you lose your ante and your call bet-bet.

Caribbean Poker is a relatively new game. The name of the inventor of the game is unknown, but it began to appear the first time in the Caribbean in the 1980s, on cruise ships between the Caribbean islands. The game gives the casino a great advantage. Even perfect play tactics that are difficult to achieve in the casino conditions, it makes casino works with a 5224% advantage. A simpler approach where you increase when you have Ace-King-Jack-8-3 or better gives the house an advantage of 5.316%.

If the players cooperate, it is possible for them to gain an advantage over the casino, but to exchange information on the content of your hand with other players is forbidden, so it is unlikely that this can be done successfully.

In spite of this, Caribbean poker is still a popular game. Many players do not like the big advantage the casino has, and therefore there are some casinos added a progressive jackpot in order to attract more players. Players who wish to go for the progressive jackpot, you must remember to do this after placing the ante.