Poker Games

Win Like A King With IGT Game King

Added on December 10, 2018 in Game Reviews

If you ever visited the interactive kingdom of IGT, chances are you have been sitting around the table of Game King and his eight video poker knights. And you probably know them well since you kept coming back. If you have not yet visited its court, which is highly unlikely considering its lavish qualities, don’t despair but… …hear our fanfares announcing your entrance into the kingdom of the Game King video poker! International Game Technology (IGT) is the largest slot ... Read More

Great Video Poker Games and Strategies at a Glance

Added on December 4, 2018 in Game Reviews

The mid-1970s are interesting years for present online gamers. Really? Yup. Video games emerged and became commercially available, riding the wave created by William Higinbotham and his Tennis for Two, the first video game in the world introduced in 1958. Poker, the U.S. invention and national pastime dating back to 18th century, followed the electronic suite promptly. William Si Redd, an American businessman and philanthropist, founded Sircoma — company that eventually became the International Game Technology — and brought us ... Read More

Caribbean Holdem Poker

Added on May 11, 2014 in Poker Games

Gambling Gurus love a good game of Caribbean Holdem Poker. It’s also a sister game to the already popular Caribbean Stud Poker game that you’ll find at many of the online casinos we have listed here. In Caribbean Holdem Poker, you play a variation of Texas Holdem against the ‘Online Casino’. You can win the progressive jackpot with a Royal Flush on the first five cards (two player cards and three community cards). You can also win an optional bonus ... Read More

Stud Poker

Added on April 30, 2014 in Poker Games

Stud Poker as a game is one of the most fascinating poker variations that enjoyed more follower-ship among poker players and fans before Hold’em took over the poker airwaves. Today Omaha is gaining ground and may likely displace Texas Hold’em in popularity. Like Omaha, Stud is another poker variation with two versions. These Stud versions include Seven-Card Stud and Five-Card Stud. However, like the Omaha versions where one is preferred against another, the Seven-Card Stud is the most played version ... Read More

Understanding Poker Games

Added on April 20, 2014 in Poker Games

The moment you mention “Poker Game”, what first comes to the mind of a typical player is Hold’em, especially Texas Hold’em. However, there is more to understanding poker games than Hold’em; there is Omaha and other variations of the game of poker. There are seven main variations of poker including Omaha and Omaha Hi-Lo, Stud Hi-Lo and Five-Card Triple Draw Lowball, Stud and Razz, and finally Hold’em. But, the real trick for every new player in the game of poker is ... Read More

Poker Game Variations

Added on April 19, 2014 in Poker Games

Today Texas Hold’em seems to appear as if it’s the whole of poker, but it’s not. Poker is more than Hold’em or Texas Hold’em. Poker has many variations as noted earlier in our article; Understanding the Game of Poker. As a matter of fact, Hold’em was not the most famous of the variations; Stud Poker was the most famous version of Poker initially. Each year the “Game of Poker” keeps evolving, however, what remains constant is its basic concepts of ... Read More

Texas Hold-em Poker

Added on April 19, 2014 in Poker Games

Every Poker Game comes with betting structures and limits, the intricate semantics of each game as we previously mentioned in our poker article; “Which Poker Game Should I Play?” In the case of Texas Hold-em Poker, you have to start with your posting, which is an initial blind or antes to get started. From among the 52 card (standard deck), which the dealer first shuffles, the dealer then deals each player with their ‘pocket cards’ or ‘hole cards’. (more…) Read More

Omaha Poker Basics

Added on April 15, 2014 in Poker Games

There is a slight difference between the Omaha variation and the Texas Hold’em variation of the game of poker. As a matter of fact, Omaha is sometimes referred to as Omaha Hold’em. It is widely viewed as a modified Hold’em version introduced by Robert Turner, and first offered as a game at a casino by Bill Boyd. Boyd initially named it Nugget Hold’em, naming it after the casino where it was first offered as a game. The major difference between ... Read More

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