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Free Tequila Poker game

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About Tequila Poker

Are you on the fence between playing Blackjack and Poker? Well, with Tequila Poker from Playtech you don't have to choose (until a certain point at least)! This interesting hybrid of a game is great for those looking for something different, or for those that are just plain indecisive. So, if you feel like a change of pace, trying something truly unique, or being able to decide whether you want to play Poker or Blackjack on a whim, then you should give this game a whirl!

Tequila Poker information

Tequila Poker may seem a bit confusing at first, but gamers will quickly realise that playing this is like having a choice between playing the least complicated variants of Poker or Blackhand. Note that here the player is not playing against anyone, per se. The presentation here is fairly basic, but good enough to make it worth giving this one a try.

How to play Tequila Poker

Start your Tequila Poker game off by making your ante bet. You may between anywhere between $.05 and $100. After you have made your bet, click on the "new game" button to receive your initial four cards. You must now decide whether you wish to fold or keep playing. If you choose not to fold, your ante bet is doubled and you must decide whether to play High Tequila or Tequila Poker by pressing the appropriate button.

If you pick High Tequila, you are essentially betting that the sum of the cards will be at least 46. Give this one a try if the sum of the initial cards showing is high enough to at least break this barrier. When you click the button, two more cards will be dealt and the sum of your cards will be tallied. The payable for this is located on the left-hand side of the table.

On the other hand, if you opt for Tequila Poker, the goal will be for you to make the best poker hand possible. As you probably could have guessed, you will be rewarded in accordance with the strength of your hand. The payable for this game can be found to the right of where the cards are dealt.

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