FIVE MOST AWESOME SHORT GAMES IN POKER

Poker Short Games

In this week's edition of Poker Nation's blogs about poker in India, we have, FIVE MOST AWESOME SHORT GAMES IN POKER

A lot of times, you don’t have enough time to fit in a full poker game and think for a small game. Here are five most incredibly fun action-packed poker gambling games.

Blind Hold’em

The most fundamental betting game that utilizes poker hand rankings

1. Distribute everyone two cards face down and then deal a five card board.

2. Disclose hands.

3. The best poker hand will win it.

The most exciting part is deciding when players have to disclose their hands. Doing it just after the flop actually leads to a bit of a sweat. One lively way to do it is to display one card on the flop and the next on the turn. It’s quite fun but a little repetitive.

Blind Omaha

This is more like it. Blind Omaha is much as same as blind Hold’em but because as there are four cards, it will leave poker players sweating.

The gameplay is like:

1. The rules are standard Omaha means you must use two of your own four cards.

2. Four cards are dealt to everyone. You don't look at them in this game.

3. The flop is dealt.

4. Each player shows two of their cards.

5. The turn.

6. Each player shows one more card.

7. The river.

8. Each player shows their last card.

9. The best hand wins.

Estonian Twist

There’s a bit more strategy involved with Estonian Twist, which will keep you coming back for more.

1. Each player receives three cards face down that only he/she is allowed to look at.

2. The flop is dealt.

3. Each player throws one card of his or her choosing to the opponent on their left.

4. Every player then tosses one card into the muck, leaving them with 2 cards.

5. The turn.

6. The river.

7. Best hand wins.

Crazy Dutchy

This insane game features three separate boards.

1. Each player is given 3 cards face down that only they are allowed to look at.

2. Three flops are kept on the table.

3. Each player hands one of their own cards to the opponent on their left.

4. Each player discards one card, now they have two cards.

5. Deal three turns.

6. Deal three rivers.

7. The player who wins two boards or more is the winner. If it’s a chop than discover a tie-breaker (high card etc.)

8. If a player wins all three then that’s a scoop and they take double the standard bet.

Slovak Double Barrel

This game proposes a great deal of betting and if you get stuck with bad cards you can always throw them away here.

1. Each player is given two cards face down and two cards face up.

2. Each player has the chance of mucking one face-up card and trading it for a face down card. They must show the card they received to everyone.

3. The flop is dealt.

4. Players again have the chance of trading one face-up card for a face-down one.

5. All hands are disclosed.

6. Turn.

7. River.

8. Best hand wins.