Caribbean Stud Free

Free Caribbean Stud Poker is a fun game for both poker and general gambling enthusiasts. It’s easy to learn, easy to play, and offers hours of free fun. After using free caribbean stud poker to practice you can try the game in a real casino, to win real money.


Caribbean Stud – or in plain New Zealand language: “Caribbean Poker” – is a card game that freshly borrows from Poker.

Despite the strong poker influences that the game holds, Caribbean Stud cannot be considered a real Poker variant directly. The game is actually considerably less complicated than Poker, which is also one of its strengths. As the name suggests, the game was a popular holiday among wealthy and gambling tourists in the Caribbean. Today, it is speculated that Caribbean Stud was probably played for the very first time at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Table Aruba, a resort located in the Caribbean on the Dutch island of Aruba.

Probably playing Poker in the hot Caribbean summer heat with temperatures around 30o C can probably be exhausting. It was probably just this that gave rise to the demand for a significantly more diluted and easy card game. Caribbean Stud is not played against other players but rather against the house. Normally, the house always has an advantage that in recent days has led to the game’s popularity as much in the physical casinos as in the online casino. Read more about the history of Caribbean Stud here.

If you love Poker, Caribbean Stud is definitely for you as you will be able to relax for a while. It is, of course, considerably simpler and is ideally suited for a full night after work or maybe in the hammock when you go on vacation. However, if you have never played this card game before, it is good that you familiarize yourself with the rules of the game and that you find a game strategy that you feel comfortable with. The best way to get started with Caribbean Stud is, as you probably guess now, playing a few rounds of the game for free here at CasinoSite.

The rules of Caribbean poker are very simple, especially if you have already tried free online poker. If you haven’t, you just need to learn which poker hands are the best and then start playing immediately. Read through our guide on ranking poker hands and then test our free Caribbean Stud poker game. You can play directly in your browser as much as you like.


You can play Caribbean poker live at a casino or online. All that is required is that you sit down at the computer and place a stake in the ante circle. You can also bet a dollar on the progressive jackpot. In our free caribbean poker game, of course, Donald Duck money we play with. If you get a Royal Flush, you win everything that lies in the progressive jackpot. The progressive jackpot can go up to several thousand dollars. With other strong hands, like flush or house or straight flush, you often get a smaller portion of the jackpot, depending on the rules of the particular game.


Once you place your bet, or ante, you and the dealer receive five cards each. You can see all your cards and one of the dealer’s. Now you have to try to determine if you have a better five-card hand than the dealer. If you think so, you raise the stake. The elevation corresponds to the double antenna. If you don’t think so, “you lie down” and the antenna is lost. If you raise the bet, the cards are turned up.


If you are new to poker combinations you can check the table to see if you have something on hand or not. Do you think your hand beats the dealer’s hand you can double and see if you win the hand.

HandDescription of handCards that make up the handpayout
Royal FlushFive high cards of the same color in sequence.10 h – J h – Q h – K h -A h100:1
Straight FlushFive cards of the same color in sequence.3 sec – 4 sec – 5 sec – 6 sec – 7 sec50:1
Four-of-a-KindFour cards of equal value.10 d – 10 s – 10 h – 10 c – 4 d20:1
Full HouseThree cards of the same value, and two cards of a different value.J h – J h – 4 h – 4 h – 4 h7:1
FlushFive cards of the same color.2 h – 6 h – 9 h – Q h – K h5:1
StraightFive cards of different color in sequence.3 h – 4 c – 5 d – 6 s – 7 c4:1
Three of a KindThree cards of the same value in different colors.9 c – 9 d – 9 h – 6 s – 2 h3:1
Two PairsTwo sets of cards of equal value with any fifth card.4 d – 4 c – J s – J h – 9 h2:1
PairTwo cards of the same value in different colors.10 d – 10 s – 2 h – 7 s – 9 h1:1
High CardA hand containing one ace or a king.A h – 3 c – 7 d – 9 c – 4 h1:1


The dealer shows his hand and sees if he has ace-king or better. Whether the dealer has an ace and a king on his hand, or a pair, straight or flush, he has a qualified hand.

If the dealer does not have a qualified hand, you win as much as the duck, even if the dealer’s hand is better than yours! Nobody wins then the increased stake. If the dealer has a qualified hand, their hands are compared and the one with the best hand wins the pot.

If the dealer wins, you lose the entire bet. If you win, you will get the money from the duck, partially paid for the raise according to a predetermined table. Big hands pay more.