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What is 6+ Hold’em Poker?

 Live Poker #7 (6+ Hold’em)

  6+ Hold ’em (also known as short-deck hold ’em) is a community card poker game variant of Texas hold ’em, where the 2 through 5 cards are removed from the deck.

 Each player is dealt two cards face down and seeks to make the best five card poker hand from any combination of the seven cards (five community cards and their own two hole cards).

What is Swap Hold’em Poker?

Live Poker #5 (Swap Holde’m)

 Swap Hold’em is a great twist on the world’s favorite poker game, Texas Hold’em. On their turn to act, at any point in the hand, any player may swap one or both of their hole cards for new ones, for free, once per hand.

 Swap Hold’em plays identically to Texas Hold’em rules, but with one major difference: before any player has the option to fold, they are first given the chance to swap out one or both of their hole cards for new ones. Players can swap once per hand, at any point in the hand (either pre- or post-flop).

 You’ll be able to see which players have swapped their cards – and if so, how many they swapped – by looking at the swap icon by each player’s avatar.

p.s. This is a live poker in March 18, 2020.

What is Spin & Go Poker?

Poker Tournament #4 (Spin & Go)

 Spin & Go’s are an exciting form of Sit & Go’s where players buy-in for a certain amount and just before the event begins, the prize pool will be randomly increased, giving you the chance to earn a huge payday in just minutes.

These are Hyper-Turbo Sit & Go tourneys offered with various buy-ins. All Spin & Go’s are played between 3 players, each with a 500 chip starting stack, regardless of the buy-in.

p.s. This is a poker tournament in March 16, 2020.


What is Spin & Go Flash Poker?

Poker Tournament #3 (Spin & Go Flash)

 Spin & Go’s are fast-paced, 3-Max Hyper-Turbo Sit & Go tournaments, featuring 500 chip starting stacks. Tournaments have randomly drawn prize pools that will award between two and 12,000 times the buy-in, with prizes of up to $1,000,000 to be won.

As soon as a third player registers for your Spin & Go tournament, there will be a random draw to decide how big the tournament prize pool will be. The spinner in the center of the table will display the prize pool to all players.

p.s. This is a poker tournament in March 16, 2020.

What is Sit & Go Poker?

 Poker Tournament #2 (Sit & Go)

 A sit and go tournament is a poker game between usually 6 to 10 players which takes between 20 and 60 minutes. They pay a fixed buy-in and get the same amount of poker chips. Whoever loses his chips is out of the tournament.

The last 3 or 2 players at the table win the prize money which is made of the buy-ins of all players. Almost every poker variant can be played as tournament.

p.s. This is a poker tournament in March 15, 2020.

What is Knockout Poker?

    Poker Tournament #1 (Knockout)

 Knockout Poker tournaments are special MTT and Sit & Go tournaments where the prize pool is split, with a part going to the overall total, and the other part distributed among players for each opponent they knock out.

Unlike traditional MTTs and Sit & Go’s, you don’t need to finish in the money to earn a prize. You can boost your chip bankroll every time you knock out an opponent during each Knockout Poker tournament.

As soon as you knock out a player (or players) you will get a notification at the table telling you how many players you have eliminated, and how much chips you’ve won as a prize.

p.s. This is a poker tournament in March 14, 2020.