Live Bet on Poker's hand rankings follows official Texas Hold 'em poker ranking rules. From highest to lowest, the rankings are royal flush, straight flush, four of a kind, full house, flush, straight, three of a kind, two pairs, pair, and high card.
Cards are always distributed one by one in a clockwise direction. That helps to standardize the game and prevent any possible manipulation.
Punters must place their bets before the end of a betting round. As such, the gaming software does not accept late bets.
Something to note is that players can change the hand on which they bet during the round after some community cards have been revealed. There are also no raise or fold calls, as is common with land-based Texas Hold 'em poker.
The objective in this live game is to make the best poker hand consisting of two hole cards and any three cards from the community cards. Before the game starts, punters can place bets. The bets can be the card rank a winning hand will have or which hand will win. The game begins with the croupier dealing two hole cards to each playing position. A betting round then occurs, where any punter on the live stream can bet on any playing positions.
Three flop cards are then dealt simultaneously, and another betting round begins. The other betting round is after the turn card. Betting becomes tougher after every round as the odds change in real-time. After all the bets are placed, the croupier deals the river card to complete the five community cards and end the game. All the punters who bet on the winning hand win, and their winnings are credited to their gaming accounts.