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Oasis Poker Overview

Oasis Poker is an exciting version of the classic Caribbean Stud Poker game. During this game the player plays against the dealer and not against other players. Your main aim is to beat the dealer's hand to win.

How to play Oasis Poker

The game is played with a standard deck of 52 cards. To start the game players must place a bet. The player and the dealer are dealt 5 cards, four are faced down and one open card. You can choose to exchange the cards you have been dealt at an additional fee. Once you are ready to move on, the player and the dealer will compare their hands. Once you have seen your own cards and the dealer's open card, you choose whether to make a bet and challenge the dealer's hand, exchange cards or to fold. If you choose to challenge the dealer, place your bet by pressing the BET button.

In this game the bet is equal to twice the ante. If you do not want to go against the dealer’s hand, you will fold and lose your bet. If you decide to continue playing the dealer will reveal the rest of his 4 cards and the hands are compared.

Once your initial hand is dealt, you can now exchange any cards for the next cards in the deck at an additional fee. The dealer's hand must contain at least one Ace and King to qualify. All winning hands will qualify automatically. If the dealer's hand does not qualify, the player receives 1 to 1 on your bet only, and you receive your bet amount without any winnings. If the dealer's hand does qualify with a value of at least one Ace and one King, the best hand will win. Your winning hand will get 1 to 1 on the bet and the winnings on your bet. These wins are based on the paytable. If neither the player nor the dealer has winning has, the highest card wins.


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