How To Play

Texas Hold’em
In Texas Hold’em, you can sometimes bluff-bet if the flop contains an ace. Your opponents will often fold in such a situation if they don’t have any pairs or an open ended straight, because it’s impossible for them to have any over cards when the flop contains an ace. Please note that this will only work if your opponents aren’t too many or too loose. HomeMore TipsHow to playA variation of 7 Card Stud but much faster. Two cards are dealt face down to each player and five community cards are dealt face up in the center of the table. Your hand is determined by using the best five of those seven cards (in any combination) and the best hand wins the pot (The pot may also be won by someone betting and no one calling prior to the completion of the hand.).
Normally, there will be many tables with different min/max bets and different number of players. The number of players can be anywhere between 2 and 10. Don’t forget to check the House Rules at the pokerroom you play.

7 Card Stud

Probably the most well known of all poker games. Each player is dealt seven cards of their own: two down, then four up, and a final card down. The game is played with up to 8 players at one table.
There are five betting rounds in Seven Card Stud. One bet and three raises are allowed on each betting round. The first person to show their hand is the last person to show strength with a bet or raise. Any 5 of your 7 cards can be used to make up your best poker hand. The best poker hand wins the pot.

Don’t forget to check the House Rules at the poker room you play.

5 Card Stud is played very similar to 7 Card Stud. The obvious difference is that each player receives, 5 cards. The first is dealt face down with the four following cards dealt face up.
There are four betting rounds in Five Card Stud (not including the Ante). Traditionally, a very popular poker game.

Don’t forget to check the House Rules at the pokerroom you play.

Omaha

A fast action variation of Texas Hold’em that is played with four down cards. Players are each dealt four cards face down and five community cards are dealt face up in the center of the table. Any combination of two pocket cards and 3 board cards must be used to make your best poker hand. This game is more complex than it may first appear to the uninitiated because you are restricted to using exactly 2 down cards to make your hand.
Don’t forget to check the House Rules at the pokerroom you play. Check for Hi-Lo games (pot is split between between the best high hand and the best qualifying low hand)!

 

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