Card Game – Poker

1) Heads Up Poker. It is a Texas Hold’em heads up poker game. It has a pool of 30 robot players each with different playing style and strategy. Upon starting the game the system will randomly pick a robot player as your opponent. If you don’t like the player you can change for a new one. You and your opponent will be provided with 1000 chips at the start of the game. When either you or your opponent loses all the chips, the system will add another 1000 chips to each. Therefore the amount of chips you have versus your opponent’s reflects how well you play the game. By playing with players of different styles and strategies, it will help you gain more insight of the game and develop a strategy to win in real competition.

2) PokerReal. It is a Texas Hold’em heads up poker game for two real players. You no longer need a pack of cards, chips, and a table to play poker. With PokerReal you can play heads up poker with your friend nearby.  You and your opponent will be provided with 1000 chips at the start of the game. When either you or your opponent loses all the chips, the system will add another 1000 chips to each. Therefore the amount of chips you have versus your opponent’s reflects how well you play the game. The game provide control to ensure that your opponent will neither see nor play your cards.

3) PokerSeries4  or Poker Tournament simulates a four round Texas Hold’em poker tournament. You play against 3 robot players in each round. As the round advances the new robot players become more sophisticated.  This application should help you to understand more about the game and how to win in real tournament.

4) VPoker  is a Jacks or Better video poker game. You are dealt with a hand of five cards, and then can change any or all cards hoping for better cards ranking. You get paid when you have a pair of Jack or better ranking. The game helps you learn the strategy in changing cards. The good point of VPoker is it allows you to set the minimum pair for pay-out. This helps you to understand how it changes the game’s long term chance of winning.

5) DWPoker is a Duece Wild video poker game. You are dealt with a hand of five cards, and then can change any or all cards hoping for better poker hand. However the deuce card acts as a wild card which can be substitute for any other card to make a better poker hand. DWPoker will help shape your strategy in winning the game.

6) OmahaPoker is an Omaha hold ‘em or simply Omaha poker game. It is similar to Texas hold ‘em (please refer to HeadsUpPoker in Ovi Store by the same developer) except that each player is dealt four cards and must make his/her best hand using exactly two of them, plus exactly three of the five community cards. OmahaPoker let you play heads up against one of its 30 robots.

7) SevenCardStud is a 7 Card Stud Heads Up poker game for you to play against a robot. Each player is firstly dealt three cards with the first two cards face down and the third card face up, then a fourth card face up, a fifth card face up, a sixth card face up, and a seventh  final card face down. Each dealing of card is followed by a round of betting. A player with a better poker hand ( 5 cards) out of his/her seven cards win the game.

8) FiveCardStud is a 5 Card Stud Heads Up poker game for you to play against a robot. Each player is firstly dealt two cards with the first card face down and the second card face up, then a third card face up, a fourth card face up, a fifth card face up. Each dealing of card is followed by a round of betting. A player with a better poker hand win the game.

9) ThreeCardPoker is a casino poker game. The player plays against the house dealer. After placing an ante bet three cards are dealt to the player and the dealer. Seeing his/her card the player either fold which he/she will lose the ante bet to the dealer, or place an additional bet called play bet whose amount equal to the ante bet. After placing the play bet, the dealer reveals its cards and determines win/loss according to the rules. The rules are as follow :-

If the dealer has cards worse than Queen high, the ante bet is paid even amount and the play bet is returned.

If the dealer has cards Queen high or better and beat the player’s, the ante and play bets are lost to the dealer.

If the dealer has cards Queen high or better but lower rank than the player’s, the ante and play bets will be paid even amount to the player.

If cards of both sides are equal rank and tied, the ante and play bets are returned.

No matter what the cards the dealer has, additional bonus will be paid on the ante bet, if the player has the following hand :-

Straight, which the bonus will be even amount to the ante bet.

Three of a kind, which the bonus will be 4 to 1 to the ante bet.

Straight flush, which the bonus will be 5 to 1 to the ante bet.

10) CaribbeanPoker is a casino poker game. The player plays against the house dealer. After placing an ante bet five cards are dealt to the player and the dealer. The first card of dealer’s is revealed. Seeing his/her card the player either fold which he/she will lose the ante bet to the dealer, or place a call bet whose amount is twice of the ante bet. After placing the play bet, the dealer reveals its cards and determines win/loss according to the rules.

The rules are as follow :

1) If the dealer does not have A-K high or better, the ante bet is paid even amount and the play bet is returned.

2) If the dealer has A-K high or better and your hand beats the dealer’s hand, the ante bet and the play bet are paid even amount.

3) If the dealer has A-K high or better and your hand is worse than the dealer’s hand, you lose all the bet amount to the dealer.

4) If the dealer has A-K high or better and your hand is better than the dealer\’s hand, you will get paid even amount on the ante bet plus the following payment on the call bet.

4.1) Even amount for a pair or high card.

4.2) 2-1 for two pairs.

4.3) 3-1 for three of a kind.

4.4) 4-1 for a straight.

4.5) 5-1 for a flush.

4.6) 7-1 for a full house.

4.7) 20-1 for a four of a kind.

4.8) 50-1 for a straight flush.

4.9) 100-1 for a royal flush.

11) FiveCardDraw is a five card draw heads up poker game. You plays against a robot and take turn to be the dealer. You are the dealer for the first game. The non dealer which is the opponent in the first game posts a big blind which is a forced bet amount while you as the dealer posts a small blind which is half of the big blind amount. Each player is then dealt five cards, one at a time, all face down. After seeing his/her cards, a betting round begins. The betting stops when both sides have made bet(s) until the bet amounts of both sides match. If one of the player “folds”, the other player win the game. If both players still hold the cards, each player can change any or all of his/her cards in hope of a better poker hand. After the cards changing, another round of betting begins. After the betting, each player shows his/her cards. The player with a better hand wins the pot.

12) DeuceToSeven is a Deuce to Seven Triple Draw Lowball poker game. You plays against a robot and take turn to be the dealer. You are the dealer for the first game. The non dealer which is the opponent in the first game posts a big blind which is a forced bet amount while you as the dealer posts a small blind which is half of the big blind amount. Each player is then dealt five cards, one at a time, all face down. After seeing his/her cards, a betting round begins. The betting stops when both sides have made bet(s) until the bet amounts of both sides match. If one of the player “folds”, the other player win the game. If both players still hold the cards, each player can change any or all of his/her cards in hope of a better poker hand. After the cards changing, another round of betting begins. After the betting, there are two more rounds of card changing and betting. Then each player shows his/her cards. The player with a worse poker hand wins the pot.

13) SixBack is a Six Back poker game.  It is similar to five card draw heads up poker game except that each player is dealt six cards instead of five. During the drawing round, each player gets one less card than they discard so that everyone ends up with five cards.

You plays against a robot and take turn to be the dealer. You are the dealer for the first game. The non dealer which is the opponent in the first game posts a big blind which is a forced bet amount while you as the dealer posts a small blind which is half of the big blind amount. Each player is then dealt six cards, one at a time, all face down. After seeing his/her cards, a betting round begins. The betting stops when both sides have made bet(s) until the bet amounts of both sides match. If one of the player “folds”, the other player win the game. If both players still hold the cards, each player can change any or all of his/her cards in hope of a better poker hand. After the cards changing, another round of betting begins. After the betting, each player shows his/her cards. The player with a better hand wins the pot.

14) Razz is a Razz poker game, a variation of  Seven Card Stud poker game. You to play against a robot. Each player is firstly dealt three cards with the first two cards face down and the third card face up, then a fourth card face up, a fifth card face up, a sixth card face up, and a seventh  final card face down. Each dealing of card is followed by a round of betting. A player with a worse poker hand ( 5 cards) out of his/her seven cards win the game. Ace always counts as one, and straight and flush have no meaning. This means that the best Razz hand is 5-4-3-2-A.

15) 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.

16) 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.

17) 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.

18) 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 only as 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.

19) 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.

20) 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.

21) 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.

22) LetItRide is a Let It Ride casino card game. You play the game against a dealer. To start the game you places three equal bets before you. The dealer deals out three cards face up to you and two community cards face down. At this point you have the option to take back the first amount of your bet or let it ride.

Then the dealer will turn up first of the two community cards which is in front of the dealer. This card is used as the forth card for you. You now have the option of taking back your second amount of the bet or letting it ride. You may take down the second bet even if you let the first bet ride but you can not take back or put the first amount of bet back up.

Then the dealer will turn up the second community card. This card completes the five-card hand for you. At this point the dealer will pay all the winning bets according to the pay table below.

Royal Flush 1000 to 1

Straight Flush` 200 to 1

Four-of-a-Kind 50 to 1

Full House 11 to 1

Flush 8 to 1

Straight 5 to 1

Three-of-a-Kind 3 to 1

Two Pair 2 to 1

One Pair of 10 or better 1 to 1

23) Guts is a Guts poker game. You play against a robotic player in this game. Each player is dealt three cards face down. Players look at their cards, and decide if they wish to play their hand. Each player must declare simultaneously if they are in or out. If only one player stays in, then that player wins the entire pot and the game ends. If no one stays in, then the next hand is dealt. If more than one player stays in, then the highest hand takes the pot, and the remaining player(s) must pay into the pot an amount equal to what was originally in it (match the pot).

  1.  To play the game :-
    1. Click/press the menu option Start from the Welcome page.
    2. Three cards are dealt to each player, you then click/press menu option In or Out depending on the strength of you three card hand. At the same time your opponent declares in or out.
    3. If both players are in, the player with a higher rank hand win the pot. The loser has to put a bet amount equal to the pot in the next hand. You then click/press Next Hand to play next.
  1. Ranking of three card poker hand:-22.1) Straight flush. With highest from AKQ in any same suit down to 32A which A is treated as 1 in this case.2.2) Three of a kind. AAA down to 222.2.3) Straight. Three running rank cards with different suit, Highest is AKQ , lowest is 32A.2.4) Flush. All cards are in the same suit. Flush with higher cards are better than flush with lower cards.2.5) One pair. Rank from AAx to 22×2.6) High card. Rank from A to 2Note that there is no ranking among suits. Hands with equal ranking are tied.

24) MississippiStud is a Mississippi Stud casino card game. A player plays against the house dealer. The game starts when a player places an initial bet amount.. The dealer deals two cards face up to the player and three community cards face down. The player has an option to fold or bet one, two, or three times of the initial bet amount. The dealer turns up the first, then the second, then the third community card. The player after seeing each card has the option to fold or bet again. The player win or lose depending on the poker hand of his two cards combining with the three community cards. The pay table to each rank of the poker hand is as follow :-

Royal Flush  500 to 1, Straight Flush  100 to 1, Four of a Kind  40 to1, Full House  10 to 1, Flush 6 to 1, Straight 4 to 1, Three of a Kind 3 to 1, Two Pairs 2 to 1, Pair of Jacks or Better 1 to 1, Pairs of 6s thru 10s : push, Other : lose.

25) CasinoHoldem is a casino poker game. The player plays against the house dealer. After placing an ante bet, two cards are dealt to the player and the dealer, and three community cards are dealt face up. The player has to either fold and lose his/her bet or raise and play the hand. The raise bet must be double of the ante bet. Then two more community cards are dealt face up. Player and dealer makes their best five card poker hand out out their own two cards and the five community cards. The dealer must have a pair of 4s or better to qualify. The pay rules are as follow :-

1) If the dealer does not qualify, the ante bet is paid according to the pay table below and the raise bet is returned.

2) If the dealer qualifies and the player’s hand is better than the dealer’s, the ante bet is paid according to the pay table below and the raise bet is paid even amount.

3) If the dealer qualifies and the player’s hand is equal to the dealer’s, all bets are pushed.

4) If the dealer qualifies and the player’s hand is worse than the dealer’s, all bets are lost.

Pay table :-

Royal flush 100 to 1

Straight flush 20 to 1

Four of a kind 10 to 1

Full house 3 to 1

Flush 2 to 1

Straight or less 1 to 1

26) BlindDate is a casino poker game. A player plays against the house dealer. It is played with a deck of 20 cards consisting of A,K,Q,J,10 in four suits. A player begins the game by putting ante bet and then the dealer deals all the cards face down and then randomly flips up two cards. The play has to fold or raise by putting a bet amount twice the ante amount and then flips up three cards to form a poker hand. The player wins the game when he/she has a pair of KK and a second pair of any value or other better poker hand. The payment to all the bet amount is as follow :-

Royal flush 20 to 1

Four of a Kind 10 to 1

Straight 5 to 1

Full House 4 to 1

Three of a Kind 2 to 1

Two Pairs 1 to 1

27) Cincinnati is a Cincinnati poker game. It proceeds similarly to Texas Hold’em with a few differences.

1) The game proceeds as follow:-

1.1) You are assigned as the “dealer” in the first hand.

1.2) 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.

1.3) Five “hole cards” will then be dealt face down to each player each at a time starting with the dealer, and the first community card is dealt face up.

1.4) 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.

1.5) The second community card is then dealt face up, and another betting round.

1.6) When the betting stop, the third, the fourht, and the fifth community card is dealt face up each followed by a round of betting.

1.7) 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 5 out of the 10 cards (5 from his/her 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.

1.9) 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.

1.10) A player can fold at any betting round and lose the game.

2) Card ranking. A card consists of a suit and a rank. The suit is either a spade, a heart, a diamond, or a club. The rank runs from ace(A), king(K), queen(Q), jack(J) , 10 and down to 2. An ace(A) ranks highest and 2 ranks lowest. Cards with same rank of different suits are equal .

The rankings of the 5 cards from highest to lowest are as follow:-

2.1) Royal flush. AKQJ10 in any same suit.

2.2) Straight flush. With highest from KQJ109 in any same suit down to 5432A which A is treated as 1 in this case.

2.3) Four of a kind. AAAAx down to 2222x

2.4) Full house. AAAKK down to 22233

2.5) Flush. All 5 card with any same suit, higher rank flush is higher than lower rank flush.

2.6) Straight. Five running rank cards with different suit, higher rank straight is higher than lower rank one. Highest is AKQJ10 , lowest is 5432A.

2.7) Three of a kind. Rank from AAAxx to 222xx

2.8) Two pair. Rank from AAKKx to 3322x

2.9) One pair. Rank from AAxxx to 22xxx

2.10)High card. Rank from A to 2

28) No Peek  is a variant of seven card stud poker game. Seven cards are dealt face down to each player. Your opponent flips up his/her first card and starts a betting round. After the betting stop, you flip up your card(s) until the hand beats the opponent’s and then start a betting round. After the betting stop, your opponent repeats what you have done and then back to you until either or both flips all the cards. Who has a better poker hand wins the game.

29) PokerLotto is a game simulating the playing of Poker Lotto. Poker Lotto has two ways to win, an instant win poker game and a traditional lotto draw in which lotto numbers are replaced with playing cards from a 52-card deck. You buy a Poker Lotto for $1. The lotto consists of five cards. If the five cards form a poker hand of a pair of Jack or better, you instantly win according to the Instant payout table below. Then there is a lottery draw of five cards. If your five cards match the five cards of the lottery draw, you get paid according to the Draw payout table below.

Instant payout table :

Royal Flush $5,000

Straight Flush $500

Four of a Kind $175

Full House $75

Flush $50

Straight $20

Three of a Kind $5

Two Pair $2

Pair of Jacks or better Free Play

Draw payout table :

Match in any order

5 out of 5 cards $100,000

4 out of 5 cards $500

3 out of 5 cards $25

2 out of 5 cards $5

Poker hand rankings :

A card consists of a suit and a rank. The suit is either a spade, a heart, a diamond, or a club. The rank runs from ace(A), king(K), queen(Q), jack(J) , 10 and down to 2. An ace(A) ranks highest and 2 ranks lowest. Cards with same rank of different suits are equal .

The rankings of the 5 cards from highest to lowest are as follow:-

1) Royal flush. AKQJ10 in any same suit.

2) Straight flush. With highest from KQJ109 in any same suit down to 5432A which A is treated as 1 in this case.

3) Four of a Kind. AAAAx down to 2222x

4) Full House. AAAKK down to 22233

5) Flush. All 5 card with any same suit, higher rank flush is higher than lower rank flush.

6) Straight. Five running rank cards with different suit, higher rank straight is higher than lower rank one. Highest is AKQJ10 , lowest is 5432A.

7) Three of a Kind. Rank from AAAxx to 222xx

8) Two Pair. Rank from AAKKx to 3322x

9) One Pair. Rank from AAxxx to 22xxx

10) High card. Rank from A to 2

30) RedDogPoker is a Red Dog Poker or Yablon casino card game. This game use a deck of 52 cards. Ace is counted as one. Jack, Queen, and King is counted as 11,12, and 13 respectively. The game proceeds as follow.

1.1) You play against the house dealer.

1.2) Two cards are dealt face down to you and one card is dealt face down to the dealer.

1.3) You place an Ante bet by clicking or pressing at the Bet1, Bet2, or Bet5 menu option and then see your two cards. You decide to fold or raise by placing an additional bet amount twice the amount of the ante bet.

1.4) You fold by clicking or pressing the menu option Fold. You raise by clicking or pressing the menu option Raise.

1.5) In the case of Fold, you lose the ante bet to the dealer.

1.6) In the case of Raise, the dealer’s card is revealed, and there is a showdown indicating if you win or lose. The win/lose rules are as follow :-

1.6.1) If your two cards are in consecutive order, the hand is a push and you take your wager back.

1.6.2) If your two cards are a pair of same value and the dealer card is also the same value. The hand is a Three-of-a-Kind and you are paid 11 to 1.

1.6.3) If your two cards are a pair of same value and the dealer card is not the same value. The hand is a Pair and is a push. You take your wager back.

1.6.4) If your two cards are different value and the dealer card’s is in between, you get paid according to the following rule.

1.6.4.1) If your two cards can only have one card in between you get paid 5:1.

1.6.4.2) If your two cards can have two cards in between you get paid 4:1.

1.6.4.3) If your two cards can have three cards in between you get paid 2:1.

1.6.4.2) If your two cards can have four or more cards in between you get paid 1:1.

1.6.5) If your two cards are different value and the dealer card’s is not in between, you lose.

31) BragPoker is a Draw Brag poker game. It’s a Brag card game with poker style betting.

Before the deal each player place compulsory bet, called the small and big “blinds”. After the deal there is a poker-like betting round with fixed bets. Then each player can discard from zero to three cards and is dealt replacement cards, after which there is a second betting round.

Players do not have to look at the cards they are dealt, and so long as the play without seeing their cards they may call for half price. However in this game it assumes that both players see their own cards.

To play the game:-

1.1) You are assigned as the “dealer” in the first hand.

1.2) 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.

1.3) Three cards are dealt face down to each player.

1.4) 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.

1.4.1) You can fold, or call, or check, or raise, or all-in by clicking or pressing the right menu option.

1.5) Each player starting from the non dealer can stay put or change any or all of the three cards.

1.5.1) If you do not want to change any card, you do not need to input the text box.

1.5.2) If you want to change card 1,2 starting from you left side, you input 12 into the text box.

1.5.3) If you want to change all the three cards, you input 123 into the text box.

1.5.4) Then you click or press menu option “Change card”

1.6) After the changing the cards, then another round of betting.

1.7) After the betting stop, the player next to the dealer will show his cards. The player with the best poker hand will be the winner and take all the money in the table pot. In case of draw, the pot will be split.

1.8) 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.

1.9) During the betting, if a player choose to “Fold”, the other player will win the pot.

2) Card ranking.

A card consists of a suit and a rank. The suit is either a spade, a heart, a diamond, or a club. The rank runs from ace(A), king(K), queen(Q), jack(J) , 10 and down to 2. An ace(A) ranks highest and 2 ranks lowest. Cards with same rank of different suits are equal .

The rankings of the 5 cards from highest to lowest are as follow:-

2.1) Prial. Three same rank cards. The best is 333 then AAA,KKK,…222.

2.2) Running flush. Running card with same suit. The best is 32A, then AKQ …432.

2.3) Run. Three running cards in any suit. The best is 32A, then AKQ…432.

2.4) Flush. Three cards with same suit. The best is AKJ…532.

2.5) Pair. Rank from AAK to 223.

2.6) High card. Rank from AKJ to 532.

32) PickemPoker  is Pick’em Poker,  a kind of casino card game. You either play against a video machine or a house dealer. The game is played with a standard 52 card deck and proceeds as follow.

      1. You place a bet amount.
      2. You will then be dealt with two face-up cards and two piles of three cards each. The top card of each pile is face up while the next two cards in each pile face down.
      3. You have to choose which pile of cards you want to keep.
      4. The two face-down cards in the pile are then displayed. You now have 5 cards for a poker hand and will win according to the following pay table.
      • Royal Flush : 1000 to 1, if you bet 5 credits you win 6000
      • Straight Flush : 200 to 1, if you bet 5 credits you win 1199
      • Four of a Kind : 100 to 1, if you bet 5 credits you win 600
      • Full House : 18 to 1
      • Flush : 15 to 1
      • Straight : 11 to 1
      • Three of a Kind : 5 to 1
      • Two Pair : 3 to 1
      • Pair (Nines or Better) : 2 to 1

To play the game:-

  1. Press or click a menu option of either Bet 1, Bet 2, or Bet 5
  2. Press or click a menu option of either Pile 1, or Pile 2
  3. See the bet result and then press or click a menu option of either Bet 1, Bet 2, or Bet 5 to play next hand.

33) DoubleDownStud is a Double Down Stud poker game. You either play against a video machine or a house dealer. It’s assumed that you play against a robotic house dealer in this game. The game is played with a standard 52 card deck and proceeds as follow.

      1. You place a bet amount.
      2. You will then be dealt with five cards with the first four card face up.
      3. You have to choose either to stay put or double the bet.
      4. The fifth face-down cards is then flipped up. You now have 5 cards for a poker hand and will be returned with payment according to the following pay table.
      • Royal Flush : 1000 to 1
      • Straight Flush : 100 to 1
      • Four of a Kind : 25 to 1
      • Full House : 10 to 1
      • Flush : 8 to 1
      • Straight : 5 to 1
      • Three of a Kind : 3 to 1
      • Two Pair : 2 to 1
      • Pair of J to A : 1 to 1
      • Pair of 6 to 10 : Push
      • Other lower rank : Lose.

To play the game:-

  1. Press or click a menu option of either Bet 1, Bet 2, or Bet 5
  2. Press or click a menu option of either Check or Double
  3. See the bet result and then press or click a menu option of either Bet 1, Bet 2, or Bet 5 to play next hand.

34) PickFive is a Pick Five video poker game. The game is played with a standard 52 card deck and you play against a video machine. The game proceeds as follow.

      1. You insert into the machine a coin wager.
      2. You will then be dealt with two cards from which you have to choose one.
      3. Step 2 is repeated until you have five cards for a poker hand.
      4. You will be paid according to the following payout table.
      • Royal Flush : 800 to 1
      • Straight Flush : 50 to 1
      • Four of a Kind (Aces) 160 : 1
      • Four of a Kind (2’s, 3’s, 4’s) : 80 to 1
      • Four of a Kind (5’s – K’s) : 40 to 1
      • Full House : 9 to 1
      • Flush : 6 to 1
      • Straight : 4 to 1
      • Three of a Kind : 3 to 1
      • Two Pair : 1 to 1
      • Pair of J to A : 1 to 1

To play the game:-

  1. Press or click a menu option of either Bet 1, Bet 5, or Bet 20
  2. Press or click a menu option of either Card 1 or Card 2, perform this step for 5 times to get fivecards.
  3. See the bet result and then press or click a menu option of either Bet 1, Bet 5, or Bet 20 to play next hand.

35) TequilaPoker.

TequilaPoker is a Tequila Poker game. The game is a mixture between blackjack like game and poker game.  You start playing the game by putting an ante bet. Then 4 cards are dealt to you. After seeing your cards, you decide to bet High Tequila or bet Tequila Poke or fold. In the case of fold, you lose the ante bet to the dealer. In the case of bet High Tequila or Tequila Poker you add a call bet amount equal to the ante bet. Two more cards are then dealt to you. You win or lose according to the following rules.

For High Tequila. All number card are valued as their face number. K Q J are valued as 10, A is valued as 11. The 5 highest cards are counted.
When a player has a winning hand, he/she wins even money on the ante bet. The payout ratios on the call bet are as follow :-
Less than 46 loses, 46-48 wins 1/1, 49 wins 2/1, 50 wins 3/1, 51 wins 4/1, 52 wins 7/1, 53 wins 15/1, 54 wins 200/1.

For Tequila Poker.  The best poker hand is formed out of the 6 cards. When a player has a winning hand, he/she wins even money on the ante bet. The payout ratios on the call bet are as follow :-
Less than 2 aces loses, pair aces wins 1/1, two pairs wins 2/1, three of a kind wins 3/1, straight wins 5/1, flush wins 7/1, full house wins 8/1, four of a kind wins 15/1, straight flush wins 50/1, royal flush wins 200/1.

2 Responses to Card Game – Poker

  1. Michael says:

    I bought the Razz app on iTunes app Store but only version 1 was downloaded. This version doesn’t work. I cannot see the cards on this app.
    How can I get the version 1.2? It didn’t download to the iTunes Store. Can you please release it as update so that I can update my app?
    I do want to buy your other apps on the iTunes Store but need this fixed first.

    Thank you
    Michael

    • I will do after August 27 since I’m now out of the country. Thanks for your feedback. Regards,Nikorn L. From: nikornsoftware To: nikornluang@yahoo.com Sent: Friday, 21 August 2015, 23:16 Subject: [nikornsoftware] Comment: “Card Game – Poker” #yiv7022743149 a:hover {color:red;}#yiv7022743149 a {text-decoration:none;color:#0088cc;}#yiv7022743149 a.yiv7022743149primaryactionlink:link, #yiv7022743149 a.yiv7022743149primaryactionlink:visited {background-color:#2585B2;color:#fff;}#yiv7022743149 a.yiv7022743149primaryactionlink:hover, #yiv7022743149 a.yiv7022743149primaryactionlink:active {background-color:#11729E;color:#fff;}#yiv7022743149 WordPress.com | | |

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