Just released April 2,2012

SpanishStud is a Spanish Stud poker game. It is the same as Five Card Stud poker except that it is played from a deck of 32 cards from 7 to ace in four suits. Each player is dealt two cards,the first face down, the second face up, after which there is a betting round. Then each active player is dealt three additional face-up cards, one at a time followed by a round of betting. Then each player showdown their cards. Who has a higher rank of poker hand win the game.

CanadianStud is a Canadian Stud poker or Sökö poker game. It is the same as Five Card Stud poker except that it has two extra recognized hands in addition to the standard ones. The extra hands are four-straights and four-flushes ranking higher than a pair but lower than two pairs. The four-flushes rank higher than the four-straights. Each player is dealt two cards,the first face down, the second face up, after which there is a betting round. Then each active player is dealt three additional face-up cards, one at a time followed by a round of betting. Then each player shows their cards and who has a higher rank hand win the game.

SolitairePoker is to place cards in 5×5 squares, with each row and each column of five cards each, form 10 poker hands. Your final score is the total of the scores for your 10 poker hands. The objective of the game is to form poker hands such that you have the highest final score. The game give you three options to play, either to see the next card or the next two cards or the next three cards. It also keep record of your highest score of each option.

Pai Gow Poker is a casino card game. A pack of 52 cards plus one joker is used. The joker is a wild card which can be used onlyas an ace, or to complete a straight, a flush or a straight flush. Seven cards are dealt to each player. A player looks at their cards and divide them to form two hands – a two card hand and a five card hand. The ranking values of the five card hands are the same as in poker, with one exception: A-2-3-4-5 is the second highest type of straight or straight flush, ranking between A-K-Q-J-10 and K-Q-J-10-9. Five aces is the highest hand, beating a straight flush. For the two card hand, a pair of aces has highest value down to lowest of high card 3-2. The cards must be arranged so that the five card hand is higher than the two card hand.

Player wins when his two hands rank higher than the dealer’s two hands. Player loses when his two hands rank lower than the dealer’s two hands. When one of the hands ranks higher and the other lower, it results in a tie. The dealer wins all tie hands.

PaiGowExpress is a casino table game. The game is played with a standard deck of 52 cards and a joker. The joker can be used as an ace or to complete a straight or a flush. The game starts as each player receives five cards. The object of the game is to set the five cards into two hands: a two-card front hand, and a three-card back hand. The front hand must not rank higher than the three-card back hand. In the front hand, only pair and no pair are the values. In the back hand a straight flush (Ace, King, Queen) is the highest ranking hand. The rankings of the hand are :-

  1. Straight Flush from highest AKQ to lowest 32A , with all three cards in same suit
  2. Three of a Kind from highest AAA to 222
  3. Straight from highest AKQ to lowest 32A with cards in any suit
  4. Flush with all three cards in same suit highest from AKJ to lowest 42A
  5. One Pair from highest AAx to lowest 22x
  6. High Card from highest A to 2

Player wins when his two hands rank higher than the dealer’s two hands. Player loses when his two hands rank lower than the dealer’s two hands. When one of the hands ranks higher and the other lower, it results in a tie. The dealer wins all tie hands.

RoyalHoldem is a Royal Hold’em poker game. It is similar to Texas Hold’em (HeadsUpPoker) except that it uses 20-card deck containing 10’s to Aces. Therefore Royal Hold’em has less card rankings. The card rankings from best to worst are : 1) Royal flush. AKQJ10 in any same suit, 2)Four of a kind. AAAAx down to 10101010x, 3)Full house. AAAKK down to 101010JJ, 4)Straight. AKQJ10 with different suit, 5)Two pair. Rank from AAKKx to JJ1010x.

You are assigned as the “dealer” in the first hand. Your opponent posts an amount of money called “big blind” which is set at 20 chips in this application, you post a “small blind” which is half of the big blind or 10 chips in this application. Two “hole cards” will then be given to each player each at a time starting with the dealer. The dealer will start betting and followed by the opponent. The betting will stop when everyone has a chance to bet and there is no outstanding amount to be covered. Three cards called the flop cards will then displayed on the table and each player has another round of betting, start with the one left of the dealer. When the betting stop, a fourth card called the turn card will be displayed on the table and then another round of betting. When the betting stop, a fifth and final card called the river card will be displayed and then come to the final round of betting. When the betting stop, each player starting from the player next to the dealer will show his hole cards. The player with the best combination of any 5 out of the 7 cards (2 from his hand and 5 from the table) will be the winner and take all the money in the table pot. In case of draw, the pot will be split. In the case of betting with all-in, the winner will take money from the table pot according to his/her all-in amount. If there is any remaining money in the pot, it will be returned to the loser.

Badugi is a poker-like game played with four-card hands. The dealer deals four cards to each player, one at a time face down. Then start the first round of betting. After the betting, each player can change none or any or all of his/her cards. Then start two more rounds of betting and card changing. After the last round of card changing, then the last round of betting and then all active players show their cards to decide who win the game and pot.

When comparing hands, within each hand all the cards must be different in suit and rank. If a player has more than one card of a suit, or two or more cards of matching rank, some cards must be eliminated to create a valid hand. The winning hand is:

  • Any hand with more valid cards.
  • Between hands with the same number of valid cards, compare the highest card. If they are equal , compare the next card. The hand with the lower top card wins.
  • If two hands have the same number of cards and the ranks of the cards are the same, the hands are equal. There is no ranking of suits.

Pineapple is a Pineapple heads up poker game. It is very similar to Texas Hold’em heads up poker game. You are assigned as the “dealer” in the first hand. Your opponent posts an amount of money called “big blind” which is set at 20 chips in this application, you post a “small blind” which is half of the big blind or 10 chips in this application. Three “hole cards” will then be given to each player each at a time starting with the dealer. The dealer will start betting and followed by the opponent. The betting will stop when everyone has a chance to bet and there is no outstanding amount to be covered. Three cards called the flop cards will then displayed on the table and each player has another round of betting, start with the one left of the dealer. When the betting stop, each player has to discard one hole card, resulting in two hole cards just like Texas Hold’em. A fourth card called the turn card will be displayed on the table and then another round of betting. When the betting stop, a fifth and final card called the river card will be displayed and then come to the final round of betting. When the betting stop, each player starting from the player next to the dealer will show his hole cards. The player with the best combination of any 5 out of the 7 cards (2 from his hand and 5 from the table) will be the winner and take all the money in the table pot. In case of draw, the pot will be split. In the case of betting with all-in, the winner will take money from the table pot according to his/her all-in amount. If there is any remaining money in the pot, it will be returned to the loser.