The rules of the game "Poker Draw"

Deck

The game uses a Deck of 52 cards

Players

The game can be played by 2 to 6 players.

Goal of the game

Collect the best combination of Cards (Hand).

Game process

The game begins with players placing an initial bet (Ante) in the Bank for a given table. Ante (Ante) is like a “post” to get into play. All play money, all bets, are considered the Bank of the game (the pot) for which the players will fight.

Then the handover of Cards. Each player receives 5 cards in a closed round and follows a trading round. The player who is located on the left side of the player who distributes the card. Players assess their cards and actions:

  • equalize (call) - equalizes the bet if someone has raised it.
  • fold - if the player believes that he is not willing to risk his money with such cards, he simply draws them off and waits for the next Hand.
  • raise - the player raises the bet. Either he is confident of his winnings and is willing to put money on the con, or the player turns a Bluff. This would mean that the player is placed more than the maximum amount at this table.
  • reraise - the promotion is available after someone has raised the bet before the player. The plot speaks about strong trust in their cards, either about trying to reveal the player's Bluff or using the Bluff itself.
  • agree (check) - if the player's bet is maximum and he no longer wants to bet.

If all players are not sure of their cards and do not place an increased bet (raise), the cards are played. In this case, the players add new starting bets to the Ante made-RI Ante. So the starting bank will be twice as big in the next game. If in the next game none of the players decides to open the game-everything repeats itself, the cards are shuffled again, distributed and the players add the first bets to the Bank.  the round ends when all players who want to continue the game, and showed the highest bet. If in the round of trading the player's bet was not balanced and all his opponents were saved-he is considered the winner and takes the Bank.

Follows the discarding round, which each player can change from one to all of their cards as desired. Replaces cards to collect the strongest combination. The last round of trading follows immediately after the card replacement. Players have the last opportunity to respond to other players ' bets or to make their own. Once all players who want to continue the game have the highest bidding round ends. Then the autopsy follows the card Showdown (showdown)and the decision which Winner is. If in the round of trading the player's bet was not balanced and all his opponents were saved-he is considered the winner and takes the Bank. Wins the strongest combination of cards, the combinations are shown below.

Hand hierarchy in Poker Draw:

Important to know!
If players have the same combinations of Cards, seniority is determined in the following order by color (from Senior color to Junior):

  1. Flash piano
    The best Hand in Texas Holdem, a dozen, Jack, Queen, king and ACE of the same suit.
    Looks like this: 10 ♥ J ♥ Q ♥ K ♥ a ♥
  2. Street Flash
    Five cards of the same suit in consistent order.
    The oldest street Flash: nine, ten, jack, queen, king (the same color)
    9♣10♣J♣Q♣ K♣
    The youngest Street Flash: ace, two, three, four, five (the same color)
    A ♦ 2 ♦ 3 ♦ 4 ♦ 5 ♦
  3. Kare
    All four cards of the same dignity
    Example: K ♣K ♦ K ♠ K ♥
  4. Full House
    Three cards of one dignity and two other
    Example: J ♥J ♠ J ♦ Q ♣ Q ♥
  5. Flash
    Five cards of the same suit, in any order
    Example: J ♠ 5 ♠ K ♠ T ♠ 7 ♠
  6. Road
    Five cards of different suits in sequential order
    Example:6 ♣ 7 ♠ 8 ♥ 9 ♣ 10 ♦
    Senior Street: 10 ♠J ♦ Q ♥ K ♣ A ♥
  7. Seth
    Three cards of a value
    Example:8 ♣ 8 ♠ 8 ♥
  8. Two pairs
    Two different card pairs. Example: A ♣A ♥ K ♣ K ♦
  9. Pair
    All two cards are matched, worth
    Example:9 ♠ 9 ♥
  10. Top card
    If you do not have any of the above combinations, you only have the largest card in your hand

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