Common Online Poker Games

Playing poker online is a very different experience than what you would be used to playing at a casino. The reason for this is that in online poker you are no longer playing against the software or the casino. You are playing against other people with real skills and real money. The software is just a portal with which to do so.

Seven Card Stud
This poker game is probably the easiest and most well known. Seven cards unique to each player is dealt, starting first with the 2 cards, Holes cards, being dealt face down and one face up. The players get a further three card dealt face up, with betting rounds in between. The final card is dealt face down and is followed by the final betting round. The best five-card hand wins the money!

Texas Hold'em
As a fast version of Seven Card Stud, Texas Hold'em is the choice of games for all Poker Tournament Championship Events. To start, 2 cards, Hole cards, are dealt face down to all players, followed by a betting round. Then a further 3 cards, The Flop, are dealt face up in the center of the table which are community cards part of each players hand and is followed by a betting round. 1 more card, The Tum, is dealt to the center and another betting round occurs and then the final card, The River, is dealt to the center and the final bet is made. Then the Hole cards of bet and called hands are turned over and the winner is decided by the highest five-card hand!

Omaha
Although dealt in a similar way to that of Hold'em, it is also the action variation. Here you start with four cards dealt face down instead of two. Out of the hand two downcards must be used with three on the board which make you best five-card hand. As there are 6 two-card combinations in each of the individual player's hand rather than 2, there is a lot more drawing opportunities for each player than in Hold'em therefore creating a fast-paced, exciting poker game.

Omaha (8 or Better)
This game is dealt is the same manner as that of Omaha! However your "best"; (highest) and the"worst"; (lowest) hands split the pot. The Aces counts for low in low and it can count for either High or low in High. The best hand for a low is an A-2-3-4-5 and it also makes a straight. In order to win a low your hand must be an 8 low or lower. Because the different two-card combination can be used from the same hand for high and low the same player can win both high and low with the same hand, therefore giving the game more drawing opportunities for each player than in the high version of Omaha. Making these games very fast and furious.


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