A 2 player game that follows the classic Poker Texas Hold'em rules. The goal of the game is to win all your opponent's chips over several rounds (the pot). The winner is the player with the best 5 card combination from all 7 available cards which are comprised of community cards (face-up on the table) and hole cards (held in the player's hands).
When the cards are dealt every player gets two hole cards. After the first obligatory bet, 3 community cards are shown simultaneously (the flop). After the flop there is another round of betting and the dealing of a fourth community card (the turn). A further round of betting precedes the dealing of a fifth and final community card (the river).
The game is controlled using the mouse. Bets may be set by selecting arrows pointing left (decreasing) or right (increasing). The current value of the bet is shown between the arrows. The following options are available during the course of a game:
- Fold - discard your hand and forfeit the right to the pot
- Call - match the existing bet
- Check - wait and see if your opponent increases his/her bet
- Raise - increase your bet
At the end of every round, the best 5 card combination of each player is compared to determine a winner. Standard poker hands in descending order are:Royal Flush - the highest possible combination. Ace, K, Q, J, 10 of the same suit.Straight Flush - five cards of the same suit in sequence.Four of a Kind - four cards of the same rank.Full House - three cards of the same rank, two cards of another rank (the rank of three cards determines which is higher).Flush - five cards of the same suit. Odds of 1 to 510.Straight - five cards of mixed suits in sequence.Three of a Kind - three cards of the same rank and another two cards.Two Pairs - two pairs, each consists of two cards of the same rank.One Pair - one pair that consists of two cards of the same rank.High Card - five cards that do not form any combination above. A card with the highest rank compares with the highest rank of opponent's hand.
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