We have added 5 new types of poker to our system – Deuce to Seven Triple Draw, Badugi, Razz, Badeucy, Badacey.
Check them out in the updated desktop package:
Deuce to Seven Triple Draw
A poker game in which the low poker hand wins the pot at showdown. You are dealt five cards, and may discard from zero to five of them on the draw, and receive replacement cards instead. You can draw three times, though you may not discard any cards on any draw. Deuce to Seven Triple Draw will definetly interest players of Single Draw 2-7 Lowball, Five Card Draw, or Badugi.
A youngest draw poker variant that is originally from Korea. In this game the lowest hand wins. However the hand ranking system is different. It’s important to think about position, as the player last to act is able to gain information on what hands their opponent may have, based on the number of cards that have been discarded. If no cards are discarded, it’s likely that the player last to act already has a strong hand. The strongest hands are those that have no pairs and four low cards, one of each suit. This is known as a Badugi. This game type can interest Lowball fans.
A poker game in which the best Ace to Five low poker hand wins the pot at showdown.Players are dealt seven cards, but only the best five-card low hand is used to determine the winner. In Razz there is no ‘eight or better’ requirement to win the pot. The game may appeal to those who like Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo or Omaha Hi/Lo
An exotic game that typically may only be found in home games or some mixed games in Las Vegas casinos. Similar to 2-7 Triple Draw and Badugi, players are dealt five cards and have three opportunities to draw cards and make the best hand. The pot is split at the end between the best 5-card 2-7 Triple Draw hand and the best 4-card (or 3-card) Badugi hand.
It gains popularity among amature players and have a niche in the gambling world. Badacey is dealt like A-5 Triple Draw. The best lowball hand takes half the pot and the best Badugi takes the other half. The great thing about learning Badacey is that nobody is a master of it. It is much more social than serious game. It interests players who are a bit tired of playing Omaha Pot Limit and Not limit Holdem or who just want to check good luck with lots of fun.
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