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Learning to play Oasis Poker

learning to play oasis poker

Oasis Poker is a variation of Caribbean Stud Poker. The rules are pretty similar to Carribean Stud with the exception that the player is allowed to exchange cards before the raise/fold decision. He obviously has to pay up in order to make this play.


  1. The player has to make an ante bet and he also has the option to place a bonus side bet.
  2. Both the player and the dealer are dealt five cards each. All of these cards are face down except for one dealer card which will be face up.
  3. The player can switch one card of his choosing for another card from the top of the deck. In order to do this he has to pay a fee which is equal to the ante wager. This fee cannot be refunded.
  4. He can switch more than one card if he wishes too. These are the prices depending on how many cards he switches: One card - 1x Ante; Two cards - 2x Ante; Three cards - 3x Ante; Four cards - 2x Ante; Five cards - 1x Ante.
  5. When the player switches all five of his cards he will then have to immediately raise.
  6. At this time the player can choose to either fold or raise.
  7. If the player decides to fold, he will forfeit his cards, ante bet, and side bet (if any was made).
  8. In case the player chooses to raise, the amount that he must raise is equal to exactly twice the ante.
  9. Then the dealer will turn over the rest of his cards.
  10. The dealer needs an Ace/King or higher to qualify. This means that the lowest hand that can qualify would be Ace, King, 4, 3, 2.
  11. If the dealer doesn’t qualify the player will get equal money on his ante wager and the raise will push.
  12. In case the dealer qualifies and manages to beat the player, both the ante and the raise will be lost.
  13. When the dealer qualifies but still loses to the player, the ante will pay even money and the raise will pay according to the Raise Pay Table below.
  14. When the dealer and the player are tied the ante and the raise will push.

Standard Raise Pay Table

  • Royal Flush - 100 to 1
  • Straight Flush - 50 to 1
  • Four of a kind - 20 to 1
  • Full house - 7 to 1
  • Flush - 5 to 1
  • Straight - 4 to 1
  • Three of a kind - 3 to 1
  • Two pair - 2 to 1
  • All other - 1 to 1

So there you have a breakdown of the basic rules of Oasis Poker. It is quite similar to Carribean Stud in a lot of ways but all the small things gather up to make it a unique and enjoyable experience.

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