OBJECT OF THE GAME:
The highest-ranking hand wins the pot. The dealer button rotates clockwise after each hand.
The game is played with a standard deck of 52 cards no joker.
The suits are all of equal value. This game is played high only.
Hold'em is played with a flat disc called a dealer button. The player with the button receives his card last.
The two players left of the dealer button post blind before any card is dealt.
The blinds are live and count as a part of the player’s bet.
All players are dealt two down cards(hole cards) as their initial starting hand.
There is a round of betting and then action starts with the player in front of the big blind.
All players have the right to throw their hand away, call the big blind or raise the pot. The action goes clockwise.
Three board cards(called the flop) are now turned face up at once in the center of the table, and another round of betting occurs.
The action now starts with the first active player in front of the button. The next two board cards are turned face up(the turn and the river) one at a time, with a round of betting after each card. The five board cards are shared by all active players.
The player may play 5 cards on the board or use one card from their hand and 4 from the board or use both cards in their hand and 3 cards from the board. (You must declare playing the board before throwing in your hand.)
A BET AND THREE RAISES ARE ALLOWED
CHECK RAISE IS PERMITTED
THE HOUSE PROVIDED DEALERS
OBJECT OF THE GAME:
Big-O is similar to Texas Hold Em, except each player is dealt 5 down cards instead of 2. In order to make a hand the player must use exactly all 3 community cards and two of their 5 hole cards.
BIG-O HI-LOW SPLIT
OBJECT OF THE GAME:
Big-O is often played high-low split, 8 or better for low.
You may use any combination of 2 hole cards and 3 board cards for your high hand and another (or the same) combination of 2 hole cards 3 board cards for your low hand.
In Big-O Hi/Lo Split most of Hold’Em rules apply except playing the board, which is not possible in Big-O Hi/Lo Split.
To win half the pot the player must have an 8 or better for low, there must be 3 cards 8 or below on the board for a low hand; otherwise the high hand will win the entire pot.
The betting is the same as in Texas Hold'em
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Panguingue is a rummy-type game played with eight standard 52-card decks with the 8's, 9's, and 10's removed, for a total of 320 cards. No jokers are used. Cards in each suit rank king (high), queen, jack, seven, six, etc. with aces being low. The cards are dealt counterclockwise
Players strive to meld eleven cards in valid sets of three or more cards. There are two kinds of melds: a rope which must be string of cards of matching suits, squares consisting of the ranks 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Jack or Queen. Squares must be either all cards of different suits or all the same suit. Squares consisting of Kings or Aces qualify regardless of suit. There are no betting rounds in the game.
Each player is dealt 10 cards to meld into sets and sequences with certain cards having special values. Each player, in turn, draws either a card from the top of the remaining deck or from the top of an adjacent discard pile. This sequence of play continues until one player goes out with a total meld of eleven cards, including the card(s) just drawn. Melds (or spread) must be at least three cards, and it may be as many as eleven. The melds are classified as ropes and squares. The rope is any three cards in sequence of the same suit. A square is a set of three cards in the same rank and of different suits or of the same suit. All 3s, 5s and 7s are valle cards (cards of value). Cards of other rank are non-valle. Any three aces or any three kings form a set, regardless of the suit.
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