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Texas Hold'em

  • Highest hand wins
  • Players may use one, both or neither of their hole cards to make their highest hand.
  • Ace plays both high and low for straights.
  • Players act clockwise from the dealer
  • Find out where to play Texas Hold-em
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7 Card Stud

  • Highest hand wins
  • Ace plays both high and low for straights
  • Three raise limit per round
  • Compulsory Ante
  • Find out where to play 7 Card Stud
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Omaha High Low

  • Highest hand splits the pot with the lowest qualifying low hand.
  • Players must use two of their hole cards combined with three from the board to make their highest and lowest hands.
  • Any two of the players four cards can be used for high, and any two can be used for low.
  • To qualify for the low half of the pot, the low hand must be 8,7,6,5,4 or lower Ace plays both high and low.
  • Find out where to play Omaha Hi/Lo
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Omaha High

  • Highest hand wins.
  • Players must use two of their hole cards combined with three from the board to make their highest and lowest hands.
  • Any two of the players four cards can be used for high, and any two can be used for low.
  • Ace plays both high and low Three raise limit per round.
  • Find out where to play Omaha Poker
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Heads Up

  • Head's Up pertains to a poker game with just two players.
  • Most variations of poker can be played Heads Up.
  • The rules for Heads Up are the same as for any multiplayer game except for the order of play.
  • Highest Hand Wins
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7 Card Stud High Low

  • Highest hand splits the pot with the lowest qualifying low hand.
  • Players may use any five of their hole cards to make their highest and lowest hands.
  • To qualify for the low half of the pot, the low hand must be 8,7,6,5,4 or lower.
  • Ace plays both high and low.
  • Find out where to play 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo
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Sit and Go Tournament

  • Fixed Buy In.
  • Chips have no real monetary value.
  • Finishing positions determined by when you run out of chips.
  • Prize pool paid out on a sliding scale amongst the top finishing players.
  • Last man standing wins.
  • Find out where the next Single Table Tournament is.
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Multi Table Tournament

  • Multiple Player
  • Multiple Tables
  • Fixed Buy In.
  • Chips have no real monetary value.
  • Finishing positions determined by when you run out of chips.
  • Prize pool paid out on a sliding scale amongst the top finishing players.
  • Last man standing wins.
  • Find out where the next Multi Table Tournament is.
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