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The objective of Texas hold’em bonus poker is to create the best five-card poker hand possible, using two cards you’re dealt in combination with the five-card community flop. You only have to beat the dealer’s hand to win, not the other players at the table. You have several opportunities to make bets as the game progresses.

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If your hand beats the dealer’s, you are paid even money on flop, turn and river wagers. So if you bet $10 for flop, $10 on the turn, and $10 on the river, you are paid out $30.

If your hand beats the dealer’s and contains a straight or better, you are paid even money on your ante wager, so a $10 ante would be paid $10 more. If you beat the dealer but your hand is worse than a straight, it’s a push. No win, no loss on your ante.

If the dealer’s hand is higher than yours, you lose all your bets. 

The optional bonus jackpot bet pays based on the two cards you’re dealt, and is outlined in the bonus jackpot pay table.

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Hand value Payout
Two aces in both the player and dealer hands 1,000-1
Two aces 30-1
Ace/king suited 25-1
Ace/queen or ace/jack suited 20-1
Ace/king unsuited 15-1
King/king, queen/queen, or jack/jack 10-1
Ace/queen or ace/jack unsuited 5-1
Pair of 10s or 2s 3-1