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How to Play Live Texas Hold'em Bonus Poker

Texas Hold’em is the planet’s most popular poker game, and Live Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker brings all the excitement of the famous card game to the Live Casino.

Boasting both a Bonus bet and a Progressive Jackpot side bet, go up against our live dealers and become the next big winner.

Live Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker - Basic Rules

Just like its poker cousin, the aim is to make the best five-card hand using a combination of your two hole cards and the five community cards.

Both you and the dealer place an ante bet to get started, and there are three further chances to bet before the showdown. If you beat the dealer, you win. If it’s a tie, then stakes are returned. And if the dealer bests your hand, you lose your ante and any other bets (excluding bonus bets. See below).

Bonus bet

Every game round you can choose to place an additional Bonus bet before your hole cards are dealt. If you get certain combinations of hole cards – such as a pair – you are paid out at odds of between 3:1 and 1,000:1. Bonus bets pay out regardless of whether you win, tie or lose the hand.

Progressive Jackpot side bet

You can also choose to place an extra Progressive Jackpot bet every round. This pooled jackpot keeps growing until a player hits a Royal Flush. When that happens every player who placed a Progressive Jackpot bet that game round will share the jackpot prize! There are also smaller payouts for other top hands, such as 2,500:1 for a Straight Flush and 50:1 for a Full House.

Enjoy the best gaming experience

Live Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker is available on and fully optimised for all devices to guarantee the most immersive playing experience.

Return to Player

The theoretical percentage return to player (RTP) is as follows:

Bet TypeRTP
Ante bet 97.96%
Total bet 99.47%
Bonus bet 91.46%
Progressive Jackpot bet 81.84%

To see full payout odds, and for detailed instructions and rules on how to play the game, see the Live Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker Rules page.

Read more about Texas Hold’em Hand Rankings, including how ties are settled.

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