The Payout of Caribbean Stud Poker

Payouts may differ slightly from casino to casino but for your convenience we present a concise list of Caribbean Stud Poker Payouts which are generally acceptable to the vast majority of players and casinos.

Should the player’s cards be better than the dealer’s then the player will receive even money (1-1) on the original ante and the following on his bet. There is generally a maximum payout of £5000 per hand.

  • 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 or Less – 1-1

Should the dealer fail to qualify with less than an Ace/King in hand, all bets will be considered void and the player will only receive even money on his original ante. If, however, the dealer has a better hand than the player, the dealer collects both the player’s bet and the ante.

Jackpot or Progressive Payout Feature

As mentioned, there is a separate game on the side which is optional to all players who may bet on the jackpot feature by placing a chip, generally as low as a £1, into the chip acceptor situated at the table, but only after they have placed their original ante. Players with a flush or higher will win regardless of the outcome of their wagers at the table.

Winners are paid according to the amount on the meter when it is the player’s turn to be paid. Should more than one player at the table win a Progressive Payout Royal Flush, then the players will have to share the amount on the meter when the first player with the Royal Flush is to be paid.

  • Royal Flush – 100% of Progressive Meter
  • Straight Flush – 10% of Progressive Meter
  • Four of a Kind – £500
  • Full House – £100
  • Flush – £50