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The Texas Hold'em game begins with the designation of a dealer. Typically, the dealer button rotates among the players in turn. The dealer button indicates the dealer position and is given to one player at the beginning of each hand. The player to the left of the dealer button makes a mandatory bet called the "small blind," and the player to their left makes a larger mandatory bet called the "big blind."

Card Distribution: Each player is dealt two cards face down one at a time. These cards are called the "hole cards" for each player. Distribution starts with the player to the left of the big blind and proceeds clockwise.

Betting Round: After the cards are dealt, a betting round begins. Betting proceeds clockwise starting from the big blind. Players can bet, call current bets, raise the bet, or fold their hands based on the strength of their cards. Each player must take action when it's their turn.

Flop: After the first betting round, the dealer reveals three cards face up on the table. These three cards are called the "flop" and are used as community cards. All players try to form the best possible five-card hand using their hole cards and the three cards on the table.

Betting Round: After the flop, another betting round begins. The betting action starts from the player to the left of the dealer button. Players can bet, call, raise, or fold as before.

Turn: After the second betting round, the dealer reveals the next community card face up on the table. This card is called the "turn" and is the fourth community card following the flop.

Betting Round: Another betting round occurs after the turn. The rules are the same as the betting round after the flop.

River: After the third betting round, the dealer reveals the final community card face up on the table. This card is called the "river" and is the fifth and final community card following the flop and turn.

Final Betting Round: After the river, one final betting round takes place. Players can bet based on the best possible five-card hand they can make using their hole cards and the community cards.

Showdown: After the final betting round, remaining players reveal their hands, and the player with the best five-card hand wins the pot. If multiple players have hands of equal value, they share the pot.

Omaha:

Starting: Omaha is typically played similar to Texas Hold'em. At the beginning of each hand, a dealer is determined, and players are dealt four cards face down one at a time in turn. The dealer button rotates, and the player with the dealer button at the start of each hand makes the mandatory bets called the "small blind" and "big blind."

Betting Round (Pre-Flop): After the cards are dealt, a betting round begins. Betting proceeds clockwise starting from the big blind. Players can bet using their four hole cards, call current bets, raise the bet, or fold their hands.

Flop: After the pre-flop betting round, the dealer reveals three cards face up on the table. These three cards are called the "flop" and are used as community cards. All players try to form the best possible five-card hand using their two hole cards and the three cards on the table.

Betting Round (Post-Flop): After the flop, another betting round occurs. Betting proceeds clockwise starting from the big blind. Players can bet, call, raise, or fold as before based on the strength of their hands.

Turn: After the post-flop betting round, the dealer reveals the next community card face up on the table. This card is called the "turn" and is the fourth community card following the flop.

Betting Round (Post-Turn): Another betting round occurs after the turn. The rules are the same as the betting round after the flop.

River: After the post-turn betting round, the dealer reveals the final community card face up on the table. This card is called the "river" and is the fifth and final community card following the flop and turn.

Final Betting Round (Post-River): After the river, one final betting round takes place. Players can bet based on the strength of their hands.

Showdown: After the final betting round, remaining players reveal their hands, and the player with the best five-card hand wins the pot. If multiple players have hands of equal value, they share the pot.

Seven Card Stud:

Starting: The Seven Card Stud game begins with the designation of a dealer at the start of each hand. The dealer button rotates, and the player with the dealer button at the start of each hand pays an amount called the "ante" into the pot.

Card Distribution: Each player is dealt two cards face down and one card face up one at a time. After the first face-down card is dealt to everyone, each player is then dealt one face-up card in turn. Finally, each player receives another face-down card. These cards are referred to as "hole cards" and "door card" respectively.

Betting Round: The first betting round begins after the distribution of the hole cards. Betting proceeds clockwise starting from the player to the left. Players can bet, call current bets, raise the bet, or fold based on their hole and door cards.

Three Cards: After the first betting round, each player receives another face-up card. This card is called the "three card."

Betting Round: Another betting round occurs after the distribution of the three card. The rules are the same as the first betting round.

Four Cards: After the betting round, each player receives another face-up card. This card is called the "four card."

Betting Round: Another betting round occurs after the distribution of the four card. The rules are the same as the first betting round.

Five Cards: After the betting round, each player receives another face-down card. This card is called the "five card."

Final Betting Round: After the distribution of the five card, one final betting round occurs. The rules are the same as the first betting round.

Showdown: After the final betting round, remaining players reveal their hands, and the player with the best five-card hand wins the pot. If multiple players have hands of equal value, they share the pot.

Five Card Draw:

Starting: Five Card Draw begins with the designation of a dealer at the start of each hand. The dealer button rotates, and the player with the dealer button at the start of each hand pays an amount called the "ante" into the pot.

Card Distribution: Each player is dealt five cards face down one at a time. Cards are dealt clockwise. After seeing their cards, the first betting round begins.

Betting Round: The first betting round starts after the cards are dealt. Betting proceeds clockwise starting from the player to the left. Players can bet, call current bets, raise the bet, or fold based on the strength of their cards.

Card Exchange (Draw): After the betting round, players can exchange their cards. Players can choose to discard any number of cards from their hand and draw new cards in their place. The card exchange round begins clockwise, and each player can exchange their cards in turn.

Betting Round: Another betting round occurs after the card exchange round. The rules are the same as the first betting round.

Showdown: After the final betting round, remaining players reveal their hands, and the player with the best five-card hand wins the pot. If multiple players have hands of equal value, they share the pot.

Pineapple is a poker game similar to Texas Hold'em, but players are dealt three hole cards and then must discard one. Here are the detailed rules of Pineapple:

Starting: Pineapple begins with the designation of a dealer at the start of each hand. The dealer button rotates, and the player with the dealer button at the start of each hand pays an amount called the "ante" into the pot.

Card Distribution: Each player is dealt three hole cards face down one at a time. These three cards are referred to as the "hole cards." Starting from the player to the left of the dealer button, each player in turn sees their cards.

Discard: Players choose one of the three cards they were dealt and discard it. After discarding a card, players proceed with two hole cards and the three community cards on the table.

Flop: After the discard round, the dealer reveals three cards face up on the table. These three cards are called the "flop" and are used as community cards. All players try to form the best possible five-card hand using their two hole cards and the three cards on the flop.

Betting Round: A betting round begins after the flop. Betting proceeds clockwise starting from the player to the left of the dealer button. Players can bet, call current bets, raise the bet, or fold based on the strength of their hands.

Turn: After the betting round, the dealer reveals the fourth community card face up on the table. This card is called the "turn" and is the fourth community card following the flop.

Betting Round: Another betting round occurs after the turn. The rules are the same as the betting round after the flop.

River: After the betting round, the dealer reveals the fifth and final community card face up on the table. This card is called the "river" and is the fifth and final community card.

Final Betting Round: After the river, one final betting round takes place. Players can bet based on the best possible five-card hand they can make using their hole cards and the community cards.

Showdown: After the final betting round, remaining players reveal their hands, and the player with the best five-card hand wins the pot. If multiple players have hands of equal value, they share the pot.

Hand Rank

  1. ♠A♠K♠Q♠J♠10

  2. ♡A♡K♡Q♡J♡10

  3. ⋄A⋄K⋄Q⋄J⋄10

  4. ♣A♣K♣Q♣J♣10

(Straight Flush)
1>2=3>4

  1. ♠Q♠J♠10♠9♠8

  2. ♡10♡9♡8♡7♡6

  3. ⋄10⋄9⋄8⋄7⋄6

  4. ♣6♣5♣4♣3♣2

(Quad):
1>2>3>4

  1. ♠A♡A♣A⋄A

  2. ♠9♡9♣9⋄9

  3. ♠6♡6♣6⋄6

  4. ♠2♡2♣2⋄2


Ful (Full House):
1>2>3>4

  1. ♠A♡A♣A⋄5♠5

  2. ♠K♡K♣K⋄7♡7

  3. ♠5♡5♣5⋄9♣9

  4. ♠2♡2♣2⋄A♣A

(Flush):
1>2=3>4

  1. ♠A♠9♠5♠3♠2

  2. ♡Q♡8♡7♡4♡3

  3. ⋄Q⋄8⋄7⋄4⋄3

  4. ♣9♣8♣6♣5♣4

Kent (Straight):
1>2=3>4

  1. ♠A♡K♣Q⋄J♠10

  2. ♠9♡8♣7⋄6♡5

  3. ♡9♠8⋄7♣6♣5

  4. ♠6♡5♣4⋄3♣2

Set (Three of a Kind):
1>2>3>4

  1. ♠A♡A♣A⋄5♠4

  2. ♠K♡K♣K⋄7♡2

  3. ♠5♡5♣5⋄9♣3

  4. ♠2♡2♣2⋄A♣K

Döper (Two Pair):
1>2=3>4

  1. ♠A♡A♣K⋄K♠J

  2. ♠Q♡Q♡9⋄9♡7

  3. ♣Q⋄Q♠9♣9♣7

  4. ♠3♡3♣2⋄2♣A

Per (Pair):
1>2=3>4

  1. ♠A♡A♣7⋄5♠2

  2. ♠Q♡Q♣9⋄8♡7

  3. ♣Q⋄Q♠9♣8♣7

  4. ♠2♡2♣4⋄3♣A

(High Card):
1>2=3>4

  1. ♠A♡K♣9⋄6♠2

  2. ♠Q♡J♣9⋄8♡7

  3. ♣Q⋄J♠9♣8♣7

  4. ♠7♡6♣4⋄3♣2

Words

  • Kav: The money that should be available at the beginning of the game.

    Ganyota-mano: The game money or percentage taken by the establishment owner.

    Single: Asking for 1 card.

    Double: Asking for 2 cards.

    Fill: Asking for 3 cards.

    Pot: The money wagered by each player at the beginning or during the game.

    Buy-in: The money placed in the pot to enter the game.

    Open: Making the first bet.

    See: Matching the previous bet to continue playing.

    Raise: Increasing the previous bet after another player has bet.

    Maximum Bet: The maximum amount of money that can be bet or raised by any player during a game.

    Bop: A term used when a player chooses not to open the betting round despite being the first to speak, but still retains the option to call or raise if there are subsequent bets.

    Pass: Declaring that one will not enter the game or folding during the current round.

    Bluff: Betting or raising with a weak hand in an attempt to deceive opponents into believing that one's hand is stronger than it actually is.

    All-in: Betting all of one's remaining chips.

    Time Bank: Requesting additional time to make a decision.

    Bankrupt: Losing all of one's money.

    Button: A token placed in front of a player to remind them that they are the dealer.

Razz:

Razz is a variant of seven-card stud poker where the lowest hand wins. The objective is to form the lowest possible five-card hand instead of the best.

Starting: Razz begins with the designation of a dealer at the start of each hand. The dealer button rotates, and the player with the dealer button at the start of each hand pays an amount called the "ante" into the pot.

Card Distribution: Each player is dealt three cards one at a time. The first two cards are dealt face down, and the third card is dealt face up, known as the "door card." Then, four more cards are dealt face up.

Betting Round: The first betting round begins after the distribution of the three cards. Betting proceeds clockwise starting from the player to the left. Players can bet, call current bets, raise the bet, or fold based on the value of their cards.

Four Cards: After the betting round, each player receives another face-up card.

Betting Round: Another betting round occurs after the distribution of the fourth card. The rules are the same as the first betting round.

Five Cards: After the betting round, each player receives another face-down card.

Final Betting Round: After the distribution of the fifth card, one final betting round occurs. The rules are the same as the first betting round.

Showdown: After the final betting round, remaining players reveal their hands, and the player with the lowest five-card hand wins the pot. The best hand should have a sequence of 5-4-3-2-A. If multiple players have hands of equal value, they share the pot.