Draw Poker

In Draw Poker each player is dealt five cards, face down. The undealt cards are set aside for later use and there is a betting interval. Then each active player in turn may discard one or more cards, if he so wishes, and the dealer gives him replacement cards from the top of the pack. There is another betting interval, followed by a showdown in wh…

Omaha Poker

Omaha Poker:The same as Cincinnati, except that each player is dealt two Cards instead of five. After the last netting interval he selects any five cards, from among the five Cards in the center and the two dealt to him, to be his hand. Omaha Poker Hold'em High-Low(8 or Better)A variation of Omaha Hold'em which allows the best low hand to split…

Three Card Poker

Three Card Poker players receive three cards, all dealt face down, but the deal is interrupted after each round for a betting interval. After the dealing of the third card and the third betting interval, there is. a showdown in which three of a kind -is the highest hand; then come a three-card straight flush; a three-card flush; a three-card strai…

Put and Take Poker

Put and Take PokerPut and Take is often played in Dealer's Choice Poker games, though some bar it because the dealer has a great advantage. Each player antes one chip. The first dealer is selected by lot, and thereafter the deal rotates. The dealer takes no cards, but gives each player except himself five face-up cards, dealt one at a time. …

Stud Poker

Stud Poker is the principal form of Open Poker, in which each player has some of his cards face up. The basic form of Stud Poker is now called FIVE-CARD STUD to distinguish it from SEVEN-CARD STUD (described below)* which has become at least as popular. Seven-Card Stud Each player receives two cards face down and one card face up, and there is …