|If the dealer's hand qualifies - contains an Ace-King pair
or better (necessary in Cyberstud Poker), and you choose to call and not
fold, you will be paid out according to a schedule based on the value of
Playing the Game
In Cyberstud Poker it's you against the dealer! The object is to beat
the dealer's poker hand.
At the beginning of each game you are required to place an initial bet,
known as an Ante. This amount appears on the Ante information box. You
can change your Ante between games.
Once you have set your Ante, click the Deal button. You will be dealt a
hand of five cards and the dealer one card. The rest of the dealer's
cards will only be dealt after you have chosen to call or fold. You can
now choose to call or fold, by clicking the appropriate button.
If you fold, you will automatically lose your Ante and can start again.
If you call an additional wager equal to double the Ante is required.
This second wager is called your Bet and is automatically deducted from
your balance when you click the call button.
If you do not have the funds to make the Bet you will not be able to
call. If you want to call you must deposit additional credits before
completing this hand. Once you call the dealer's remaining four cards
are dealt. 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 will
be returned to you with a double your Ante, irrespective of the value of
your cards. If the dealer's hand does qualify, it is compared to your
hand. If the dealer's hand is higher, you will lose both your Ante and
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 hand will pay out, as per the Payout Schedule, will be shown with
the hand information displayed on screen during play.
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
Cyberstud Poker Rules
Cyberstud Poker is played with a single standard deck of 52 cards and
has no wild cards.
The Dealer must get at least an Ace-King to qualify. Should the dealer
fail to qualify you will be paid your bet and double your Ante.
Your Ante will remain on the table until you choose to call or fold and
complete the game. The Cyberstud Poker Payout Schedule Below is the
payout schedule of winning hands.
||Odds Paid on Bet|
||1000 for 1|
||200 for 1|
|4 of a Kind
||100 for 1|
||15 for 1|
||10 for 1|
||6 for 1|
|3 of a Kind
||4 for 1|
||2 for 1|
||2 for 1|
||2 for 1|
The Poker Hands
This is the highest hand in Poker and consists of the following cards:
Ace, King, Queen, Jack, Ten, all of the same suit.
Straight Poker Flush
This is a combination of five cards in sequence and all of the same suit.
Four of a Kind
This is a combination of four cards of the same denomination, one in
This is a combination of three cards of one denomination and two cards
of another denomination.
Five cards all of the same suit.
Five cards in sequence of any suit.
Three of a Kind
Three cards of the same denomination and two unmatched cards.
Two different denominative pairs and any fifth card.
Two cards of the same denomination and three unmatched cards.
The hand includes an Ace and a King with three unmatched cards.
A more comprehensive set of Cyber Stud Poker instructions is included
with the Casino Kingdom software.