redbet Live Poker
When it comes to popular casino card names, there are a few that are as popular as poker, which is an easy to learn and very exciting card game played by millions of people all over the world. Today, thanks to the internet and online casinos like redbet, poker is at its heights in terms of popularity, with global tournaments such as the World Series of Poker (WSOP) creating incredible excitement and generating millions in prize money.
We have teamed up with NetEnt and Evolution Gaming, two of the biggest names in live casino gaming, to bring you the very best live poker, directly to your preferred device, including desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets. You can easily choose from a range of exciting live poker rooms, each with its own minimum and maximum table limits designed to suit virtually every conceivable playing budget and format requirement. Live dealer poker combines the best of both worlds, with the convenience and speed of online poker, with the thrill and excitement of playing at a real live poker table, similar to what you would find at a brick and mortar casino, or even playing at a live WSOP event.
How Live Poker Works at redbet?
Newbies to online poker often shy away from trying the games available because they believe that poker is too difficult or complicated. The truth of the matter is that our live poker games are actually quite easy to play, and you can learn the ropes in next to no time. Our live poker games are designed to provide all of the thrills and fast pace that poker is known for in traditional brick and mortar casinos or live poker events and is ideal for all levels of playing skill and experience. Currently, our live poker platform contains several interesting variations on popular poker styles including Texas Hold’em Bonus poker and Ultimate Texas Hold’em poker. Other popular styles of live dealer poker include Live Three Card Poker, Live Caribbean Stud Poker and Casino Hold’em.
To start playing one of our live dealer Poker games, all you need to do is to click on the play button which can be seen when you hover your mouse over any of our live dealer poker thumbnail. This will then effectively launch the live stream of the poker game you’ve selected, directly to your computer or mobile device screen. Something to keep in mind is that our live Poker games can only be played for real cash. This means that you will first need to make a real money deposit into your redbet player account before you will be eligible to open a live poker session. Fortunately, we offer a variety of safe and secure online payment methods, allowing you to make an instant deposit into your redbet player account instantly via your desktop, laptop, or preferred mobile device.
If you are a new to redbet, you are most welcome to create a player account with us. Creating a new player account is quick and easy and takes less than five minutes to complete from beginning to end. Once your account has been successfully competed and verified, you will be able to make your first real money deposit just by using one of our recommended secure payment options. Making your first cash deposit will also unlock our fantastic deposit bonus offer, which can instantly boost your starting bankroll to play our live poker games.
How to Play Live Poker?
Once you have competed all the necessary steps to creating and funding your redbet account, you will be ready to begin enjoying our live poker range. To get started, click on our live casino tab and then click on the live poker option. You will then be able to see all of the available live dealer poker rooms that are currently available on the page. Accessing applicable details of each live poker room is easy and includes the current table limits, ranging from a minimum to a maximum amount per hand (per game). To initiate your first live poker stream, click on the play button to launch your session. You can play our live poker on virtually any device of your choice, including desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile phone.
One of the biggest advantages to playing live dealer poker as opposed to virtual poker, is the opportunity to become fully immersed in the thrilling environment that often accompanies a hot poker game. The video streaming runs smoothly and features a full HD display, giving you the most realistic live poker experience possible. Once you have initiated your poker live stream, you will see a real poker table in front of you, complete with a real live poker dealer behind it. The poker dealer is there to control the flow of the game, deal the cards, turn over hole cards, announce the winners, and the losers of every hand. Interestingly, while there may be many players at the table, you will only be able to see the dealer, as well as your own hand of course.
However, you still get to see real cards on the table and, depending on the version of the game being played, will allow you to pit your skills against other players or the house, live and in real time. Live dealer poker is designed to be played just like normal poker at a brick and mortar casino or poker room and is a slightly slower pace than our virtual poker games are. This is because you are dealing with real humans and not a computer software simulation.
Basic Live Dealer Poker Rules
The basic rules of live dealer poker are the same as you would find with regular poker rules used in brick and mortar casinos and at poker clubs. Games are played with a 52 card deck and the deck is shuffled after each game. Players bet on the Ante and the dealer will deal two face up cards directly to each player, as well as two face down cards to the dealer’s position. The dealer then deals a further three cards, known as the community cards. These community cards are dealt face up. Each player can then decide to continue playing by calling, or stop playing by folding their hand. After this round two more community cards are issued by the dealer, who will then also reveal the other two face down cards. Each player can then form the best hand possible based on their own two cards and the community cards, to make a five card hand.
Common Live Poker Game Terminologies
Before you begin your live dealer poker adventure at redbet, here are a few basic live poker terms to help get you started if you are new to live poker:
- Ante: The money that is placed in the pot (prize pool) before the
cards are dealt
- Call: This betting option allows the player to match the previous bet
- Fold: This option allows the player to stop playing, bowing out of
- All-in: This term refers to a move where the player puts all of their
available chips into play
- Community Cards: These are the cards that are shared by all players
and are always dealt face up
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