Rules for Caribbean Stud
This is the standard "Caribbean Stud" poker game. Each game is played
with a new deck.
This is how the game is played:
First, place a wager, this is called the ante.
Second, the player and the dealer is dealt their own five card hand.
One of the dealer's cards is face up the other four are face down.
Third, decide to stay in or fold. If you fold you forfeit your ante. If
you stay in you must add to your bet double the amount of the ante.
Fourth (assuming the player is still in), the dealer looks at his/her
cards. If the dealer does not have at least an ace+king then the player
automatically wins even money on the ante and the additional wager is
returned. If the dealer does have at least ace+king then a comparison is
made between the player's hand and the dealer's hand.
If the player has the higher hand he/she wins even money on the ante,
and the additional wager pays according to the payoff table below. If the
dealer's hand beats the player's hand he loses both the ante and raise.