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Table Games With Progressive Jackpots
There's tons of slots offering a chance to win hefty amounts in a second, thanks to the featured progressive jackpot. That's great, but what if your prefer creating winning combinations with the help of cards, rather than reels? Fortunately, there are also table games which give you an opportunity to score big wins in no time, with tempting jackpot values increasing between two blinks of an eye. Check them out at Springbok and you could potentially end your poker game significantly better off. If you prefer playing whilst 'on the go' then give our mobile version a try. Be it an Android, IOS, Blackberry or Windows device, we have the right platform for you.
Caribbean Draw Poker with Progressive Jackpot
For those new to Caribbean Draw Poker, let's quickly go over the rules. You'll be dealt five cards face up, while the dealer receives four cards shown face down and one card face up. The goal of the game is to get a higher-ranked poker hand than the dealer. Their hand must have a pair of 8's or better to qualify, and if it doesn't, you automatically win even money on the ante and keep your raised bet. Before raising, you can draw up to two cards, and the dealer can do the same.
Royal Flush (10, Jack, Queen, King, and Ace of same suit) is the highest paying combination and delivers 100:1, followed by Straight Flush (five cards of same suit in sequence) paying 50:1, and Four of a Kind (four cards of same rank) paying 20:1. You'll win if the dealer's hand does not qualify with a pair of 8's or better, if you have a higher-ranking poker hand, or you have the high card in a tie.
Caribbean Draw Poker offers a progressive jackpot where an additional bet makes you eligible for a part or all of the jackpot. How much you’ll win depends on the rank of your poker hand, so that you'll get 100% for Royal Flush, 10% for Straight Flush, R4,000 for Four of a Kind, R800 for Full House, and R600 for Flush.
To play for the progressive jackpot, you need to click on the coin slot before clicking Deal, which will then light up when you place a progressive bet. At the moment, jackpot value on this game is nearing R800,000. Not at all bad, right?
Caribbean Hold'em Poker with Progressive Jackpot
Caribbean Hold'em plays with three community cards (called the "Flop") which are dealt face up. The dealer is dealt two cards face down, while you are dealt two cards face up. If you believe your hand will be as good or better than the dealers, you can Call to make an additional bet that is twice the ante. If you believe the dealer will have a better five-card hand, you should Fold to forfeit the ante and end the game.
If you're still in, two more community cards will be dealt face up. There are now five community cards that both you and the dealer can use to make the best five-card poker hand possible. You can use some or all of them, your choice. The dealer's hand must qualify with a pair of 4's or better; if that doesn't happen, you'll win the ante and get your Call bet back. You'll win if the dealer's hand does not qualify, or if you have a higher-ranking five-card poker hand.
Caribbean Hold'em also offers a progressive jackpot with payouts dependent on the rank of your poker hand, formed using your two cards and the first three community cards dealt. Progressive jackpot payouts are the same as with Caribbean Draw Poker, as is the case with current jackpot value.
Caribbean Stud Poker with Progressive Jackpot
In Caribbean Stud Poker, you are dealt five cards face up, while the dealer gets four cards face down and one card face up. The dealer's hand must have an Ace and King, or a pair or better to qualify. If they don't qualify, you'll automatically collect even money on the ante. You'll win the game if dealer's hand does not qualify, if you have a higher-ranking poker hand, or in a tie you have the high card.
Much like the two game variants above, Caribbean Stud Poker offers a progressive jackpot where an additional bet makes you eligible for a part or all of the jackpot, and the respective payout depends on your poker hand.