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One of the most popular poker games in the world. Players must make the best five-card hand possible from a combination of five community cards and two hole cards. The player with the highest hand wins the pot.
GEGA-002255 (Pot Limit) & GEGA-002254 (No Limit)
A variation on Texas Hold'em in which players compete to make the best five-card hand from a combination of four hole cards and five community cards. Players must use exactly two of the cards in their hand and three of the community cards
In Omaha Hi/Lo, players make their highest and lowest hands from a combination of four hole cards and five community cards, using exactly two cards from their hand and three cards from the board. Once the showdown is complete, players show their cards; the players with the highest and lowest hands split the pot. If no player has a qualifying low hand (8 qualifier), the player with the highest hand wins the entire pot.
Big O is a variation on Omaha Hi/Lo in which players are dealt five hole cards instead of four. Players must make their best hand from exactly two of their hole cards and three board cards. Once the showdown is complete, players show their cards; the players with the highest and lowest hands split the pot. If no player has a qualifying low hand (8 qualifier), the player with the highest hand wins the entire pot.
GEGA-002898 & GEGA-002899
Mexican Poker is played similar to the five card stud format using only 40-cards plus a joker. The eights, nines and tens are removed from a regular deck of cards. The joker is wild unless it is exposed by the dealer. If exposed, the joker can only be used as an ace, straight or flush. Unlike a regular poker game, in Mexican Poker flush beats a full house.
The game that made poker famous. In Stud, there are no community cards; players must make the best five-card combination from the cards in their own hands. Players are dealt four cards face-up, and three cards face-down. The best five-card combination wins the pot.
In Stud Hi/Lo, players compete to make their highest or lowest five-card combination from a deal of seven. Four cards are dealt face-up, three face-down. The players with the highest and lowest hands split the pot. If no player has a qualifying low hand (8 qualifier), the player with the highest hand wins the entire pot.
Lowball is a variation on 5-Card Stud where the player with the lowest ranked hand wins. The most common form of Lowball is known as "ace-to-five" or "California lowball." In ace-to-five, aces are low, with the best possible hand being a straight of 5-4-3-2-A.
Step up to the next level of poker and try your hand at Mixed Games. The games usually change/rotate every 8 hands or a half hour depending on the players’ requests.
Face Up Pai Gow Poker
Face Up Pai Gow Poker is played with a standard poker deck plus one Joker, which is not a wildcard. The Joker may be used as an ace or to complete a straight or flush. Players build their best two-card and five-card hands from a seven card deal. The object is to have both sets rank higher than the corresponding sets of the Player / Dealer for that hand.
GEGA-002214 (Standard) GEGA-002215 (Jokers Wild)
In EZ Baccarat, as in standard Baccarat, the goal is to get as close to nine as a banker or player with two or three cards. Aces count as 1 and 2-9 cards hold their face value. 10-K each count as zero. If cards add up to more than ten, the "tens" digit is ignored – a 4 and a 9 would count as 3 not 13, for instance. The hand totaling closest to nine wins the pot.
21st Century Blackjack
In 21st Century Blackjack Aces on the initial two card has a value of 11.5. The object is to get as close to 21.5 without going over. Should the dealer receive a 7, 8, 9 of spades all busted hands are considered a push. Additional bonus bets such as Buster Bet and Perfect Pair are added for bigger payouts.
21st Century Blackjack Switch
In 21st Century Blackjack Switch, players compete with the Player / Dealer to get as close to 21 as possible without going over. In this variation, players are dealt two hands, while the Player / Dealer is only dealt a single hand. Players may switch cards between their hands to build the best hand possible.
Pai Gow Poker
Pai Gow Poker is played with a standard poker deck plus one Joker, which is a wildcard. Players build their best two-card and five-card hands from a seven card deal. The object is to have both sets rank higher than the corresponding sets of the Player / Dealer for that hand.
Pai Gow Tiles
The rules of Pai Gow Tiles are similar to the rules of Pai Gow Poker. Instead of cards, players are dealt four dominos that they must separate into front and back combinations. Players win if both of their combinations beat the combinations of the Player / Dealer.
Ultimate Texas Hold'em
In Ultimate Texas Hold'em, players compete to form a higher five-card poker hand than the Player / Dealer from two hole cards and five community cards. Gameplay is similar to standard Texas Hold'em, with a number of additional side bet options
3 Card Poker
In 3 Card Poker, players must make the best 3-card hand possible. Players receive their cards face-down, while the Player / Dealer receives two face-down and one face-up. Player / Dealer requires a Q high or better to qualify. Five unique bets are possible on each hand, including a 6 Card Bonus, in which players wager whether a combination of their cards and the Player / Dealer's cards will contain a winning five-card hand
Mississippi Stud is a progressive poker game in which two hole cards and three community cards are all dealt face-down. As each community card is turned over, another round of betting commences. Player with a pair of 6’s – 10’s push and J’s or better wins.
Crazy 4 Poker
In Crazy 4 Poker, players compete against the Player / Dealer to build the best four-card hand from a five-card deal. After all players have set their hands, the Player / Dealer's cards are revealed. Players with better hands than the Player / Dealer win. Player / Dealer requires a K high or better to qualify.
It doesn't get much easier to learn than Casino War, a variation on the classic game War. Players set their wagers, then compare their card with that of the Player / Dealer. All players with higher cards win. In case of a tie, players who choose to play must match their original wager.