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Words Related to Games - Types of Poker

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five-card draw
[noun]
a classic poker game that is typically played with a standard deck of 52 cards by two to six players
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Texas hold 'em
[noun]
a popular poker variant where players are dealt two private cards and five community cards, aiming to form the best five-card hand possible
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Omaha hold 'em
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a poker game similar to Texas Hold'em, but players are dealt four private cards, and they must use exactly two of them in combination with three of the five community cards to make the best five-card hand
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seven-card stud
[noun]
a poker game where players are dealt seven cards, three face down and four face up, and they must use the best five-card hand to win
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razz
[noun]
a variation of seven-card stud poker, where the lowest five-card hand wins the pot
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Pineapple poker
[noun]
a variation of Texas hold 'em poker, where players receive three hole cards and discard one before the flop
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community card poker
[noun]
a type of poker game in which players use shared cards alongside their individual hole cards to form their hands
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draw poker
[noun]
a poker variant in which players are dealt a complete hand and then have the opportunity to exchange some or all of their cards for new ones in an attempt to improve their hand
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badugi
[noun]
a poker variant that is played with four cards, and the objective is to create the lowest possible hand with all cards of different suits and ranks
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Chinese poker
[noun]
a card game where players aim to create three distinct hands from a standard deck, competing to form stronger combinations than their opponents
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double-hand poker
[noun]
a card game where players receive seven cards and must create two poker hands: one five-card hand and one two-card hand
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cash game
[noun]
a type of poker game where players use real money to buy-in for chips, and they can leave the game and cash out their chips at any time
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deuce to seven triple draw
[noun]
a variant of poker where the objective is to make the lowest possible hand with no straights or flushes, and players can draw three times to improve their hands
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lowball
[noun]
a poker variant where the objective is to make the lowest-ranking hand possible
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six-plus hold 'em
[noun]
a variant of Texas hold 'em played with a shortened deck containing only cards from 6 to Ace
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stud poker
[noun]
a classic poker game that is typically played with a standard deck of 52 cards by two to eight players, in which each player is dealt a combination of face-up and face-down cards over several betting rounds
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brag
[noun]
a historic British gambling game similar to poker, where players are dealt three cards and bet on the strength of their hands
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Omaha high-low poker
[noun]
a variant of poker where the pot is split between the best high hand and the best low hand
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