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There is no doubt that Texas Hold'em is the most popular poker game on the planet. Texas Hold'em is a community based poker game that features cards that are shared by all players to create the best five-card hand.
Another common variant, Omaha poker is offered in much the same way as Texas Holdem at carbon poker. There are two variants of Omaha on offer at carbon - Omaha Hi/lo and straight Omaha.
There are two variants of Omaha on offer at carbon - Omaha Hi/lo and straight Omaha. Omaha is second in popularity after Holdem
Stud poker is offered in various common formats at Carbon. There are games of 7 card stud, Hi Lo Stud Poker, 5 card stud poker and razz constantly being played.
Seven card stud is played with players being dealt seven cards in 5 rounds. They must make the best hand using 5 of the cards. In summary the game of 7 card stud consists of 2 cards down, 4 up and one more down.
H.O.R.S.E is a mixed game where multiple poker variants are played at set intervals.
Razz poker is the same as seven card stud, however it is played using ace-5 low hand values. Razz is not the most popular game however players can usually find one or two money tables running around the clock.
Play works the same as A-5 Lowball Triple Draw but this time straights and flushes count as high hands, so the best possible hand is 7-5-4-3-2 with no flush.
Triple draw is another draw poker variant where players are dealt a complete hand before betting rounds commence. At carbon poker there are two variants; ace-5 lowball or deuce-7 lowball, both variants can be played either limit or pot limit.
Draw poker like stud is commonly played in a variety of formats. There is 5 card, Triple draw, Badugi and mixed that are available for players at carbon poker. Once again there is a variety of games, for each format constantly running.
Badugi is a 4-card version of triple draw lowball poker. Highly popular in Korea, the goal is to get 4 cards of different suits with no pairs. This is called a Badugi.
Caribbean Stud Poker is a 5-card poker game played with a single deck of 52 cards, where you play against the Dealer. You have the option of placing a jackpot bet before the beginning of each hand. The progressive jackpot total is shown at the top of the screen.
Play begins when you place an Ante (initial bet), receive a hand, and decide whether you would like to bet against the Dealer's hand. One of the Dealer's cards is dealt face up so your decision will have to be made on the card showing and the strength of your 5-card poker hand. At this point in time if you decide that the dealer may have the stronger hand you can fold however if you fold you forfeit your ante. To bet against the dealer you must double your ante by clicking 'Deal'. To win you must have both the best hand and the dealers hand must qualify. For the dealers hand to qualify it must contain an ace and a king or better.
If the dealer does not qualify, you are paid 1 to 1 on the ante and the bet is returned to the player. If the dealers hand does qualify and you win, you are paid 1 to 1 on the ante and you will be paid according to the payout chart on the right of the table. If you lose then all bets, the raise and the ante, are lost and a new round begins.
If you have a jackpot hand and make a bet you will win your portion of the jackpot regardless of if your hand beats the dealers hand however if you fold you forfeit your chance at the jackpot.
If both players have the same hand, for example ace king then the next high card will be used to determine winner. If both hands are absolutely identical then the round is a push. The suit order of cards is not used to determine the winner.