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How To Play Poker

Texas Hold'em Poker

Texas Hold'em is the world’s favorite Poker game. It’s fast and popular. Two cards (pocket cards) are dealt to each player who attempts to make the best hand using these and the five community cards on the table. A round of betting precedes each community card. It is the lowest-limit Poker game.

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Omaha Poker is also a community game. Players must make the best five card hand combination from a total of nine cards. The nine cards are made up of four pocket cards and five community cards which results in stronger hand combinations. What makes it interesting is that your hand must be made up of two pocket cards and three community cards.

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Seven-Card Stud

Seven Card Stud Poker has five rounds of betting which results in large pots. Seven Card Stud Poker requires patience and skill in knowing when to fold or call. Each player is dealt three cards, two pocket cards, and one visible card. The Player with the lowest card must bring-in the betting. Rounds of betting precede the Dealer giving each player three more up cards and one more down card. A final round of betting occurs after the last card and the Player with the highest five card hand wins using any five of their seven cards.

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Five-Card Stud

Players are dealt two cards: one pocket card and one visible card. The Player with the lowest card showing brings in the betting. In the second round, another visible card is dealt to all Players. A round of betting follows. This process continues until each player has one pocket card and four visible cards.

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1-On-1 Poker

Selected games in Multi-Player Poker can be played as 1-on-1. 1-on-1 Poker is the same as the parent game with the following exceptions:

  • Only two Players can play a game of 1-on-1 Poker.
  • There is no limit to the number of betting rounds.
  • The buy-in limit is set by the card room. Players are informed when they are seated whether their buy-in amount is sufficient.
  • The object of the game is to finish with a stronger poker hand than your opponent, and win the pot.

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