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Poker Basics / Re: Poker Hands
« Last post by Admin on April 16, 2015, 02:27:14 AM »
the last remaining hands are pair and 2pair. 2 pair is strong as u can get paid off from someone holding top pair. The ranking of same type hands falls on the numerical value and kicker. So say u have A-2 and opp has A-k.  If you pair your ace, u will have kicker problems. This is why you want to stay away from hands like K-6, Q-4. Not only do you have kicker troubles but you also have less chance to make a hand compared to something like AK AQ KQ or QJ where you have two high cards and one of them could hit and u have a decent kicker
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Poker Basics / Re: Poker Hands
« Last post by Admin on April 16, 2015, 02:20:06 AM »
 All the hands listed above are rare and not encountered often. The remaining hands are a set, otherwise known at trips, or 3 of a kind, 2 pair, and a pair. These you will see often. So a set is basically the same as quads but only 3 cards. 3 cards of the same rank. It is a very powerful hand and when you are lucky to flop a set, you are trying very hard not to show any signs of euphoria that your opponents can detect as you pray someone has AA or KK so u can get paid off.

3 of a kind

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Poker Basics / Re: Poker Hands
« Last post by Admin on April 16, 2015, 01:33:54 AM »
straight  After a flush the next best hand is a straight. A straight is 5 cards of any suit, that are consecutively numbered. 

2-3-4-5-6   

7-8-9-10-J

10-J-Q-K-A

Now if you get such a hand and they are all the same suit what do you have? Yes a STRAIGHT FLUSH  :)  But if of mixed suit it is only a straight. But a straight is still a very good premium hand and would be played all in for all your chips.










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Poker Basics / Re: Poker Hands
« Last post by Admin on April 15, 2015, 09:44:26 PM »
Flush

A flush is the next best hand after a full house. What is a flush? You have a flush when you hold 5 cards of the same suit. This time, unlike the straight flush which required the rank to be consecutive, you only need any 5 cards of the same suit.




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Poker Basics / Re: Poker Hands
« Last post by Admin on April 15, 2015, 09:30:42 PM »
Full House  A full house is next best hand after quads (4 of a kind). You are holding a full house when you have both 3 of a kind and a pair. Here are some examples. Note that in poker, the suits only matters with a "flush" hand. Any other hand, the suit is not relevant. Only the rank is observed.





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Poker Basics / Re: Poker Hands
« Last post by Admin on April 15, 2015, 06:35:16 PM »
4 of a kind

this is easy.. :D 4 cards of the same rank. This is the next best hand after a straight flush.


 but what is that 5 doing there? Good question! A full poker hand is 5 cards, any extra card not used is called a "kicker" it is not part of the hand however it can be used to break a tie if both players have the same hand. Obviously there cannot be a tie with 4 of a kind. So in this image the 5 is just an extra card that does nothing. The relevant cards are the 4 nines.
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Poker Basics / Re: Poker Variants
« Last post by Admin on April 14, 2015, 11:32:23 PM »
Texas Hold'em Poker is the most popular variant of poker. It is simple to learn, beginners can jump and and start playing unlike some of the more complicated variants. This also makes it a good game to learn as there are plenty of beginners who will donk off their bankroll.

Here is a basics how to Texas Hold'em Poker Video

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Poker Basics / Re: Poker Variants
« Last post by Admin on April 14, 2015, 11:25:31 PM »
Omaha high/low



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Poker Basics / Re: Poker Variants
« Last post by Admin on April 14, 2015, 10:39:24 PM »
Here is an example of a stud game in action

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Poker Basics / Re: Poker Addiction
« Last post by Admin on April 14, 2015, 05:14:45 AM »
this is the new Titan Poker table


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