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Texas Hold’Em No-Limit
Blinds Buy-in Min Buy-in Max
1-1 $20 $100 
1-2 $60 $200 
2-5 $200 $500 
5-10 $500 $1,500 
10-25 $1,000 Uncapped

Texas Hold'Em Limit **Also Offered In Omaha (With Full Kill)
Limits Buy-In Min
2-4** $20
4-8** $40
8-16 $80
10-20** $100
15-30 $300
20-40 $400
30-60 $600
50-100 $1,000
100-200 $2,000
150-300 $3,000
**No Flop/No Drop Will Be Implemented on ALL Games**

Pot Limit Omaha, Omaha H/L, & Mixed Hold‘Em/Omaha
Blinds Buy-in Min Buy-in Max
1-2 $100 $300
2-5 $200 $1000

7-Card Stud
Betting Structure Buy-in Min
1-10 Spread Limit $20
5-10 Limit $100

We Will Be Happy To Spread Additional Games and Limits At Your Request!

RULES

Texas Hold 'Em

  1. A puck (Dealer Button) is placed in front of a player to designate who is the “dealer” for that round. The game starts with a “forced bet”, and it is mandatory that the two players to the left of the dealer place a bet of a predetermined amount of money. This is called posting the blinds.
  2. Each player is dealt two cards face down. These are called hole or pocket cards.
  3. There is then a round of betting starting with the player to the left of the two players who posted the blinds. This round is usually referred to by the term pre-flop.
  4. During this round of betting, a player may choose to call, raise, or fold.
  5. After this betting round ends, the dealer discards the top card of the deck. This is called a burn card. This is done to prevent cheating.
  6. The dealer then turns the next three cards face up on the table. These cards are called the flop. These are community cards that any player may use in combination with their two pocket cards to form a poker hand.
  7. There is another round of betting starting with the player to the left of the dealer button.
  8. After this round of betting concludes, the dealer burns and turns another card face up on the table. This is called the turn card. Players can also use this sixth card, along with their hole cards, to form the best five-card poker hand.
  9. The player to the left of the dealer begins another round of betting. In many types of games, this is where the bet size doubles.
  10. Finally, the dealer burns a card and places a final card face up on the table. This is called the river. Players can now use any of the five cards on the table or their two hole cards to form a five-card poker hand.
  11. There is one final round of betting starting with the player to the left of the dealer.
  12. Players may use one, two or none of their hole cards to make their best hand. If a player wishes to use only the five cards that have been flopped on the table by the dealer, this is known as playing the board.
  13. Showdown: All players reveal their hands, beginning with the player to the left of the last player to call.
The player who shows the best hand wins!

Omaha Hi Lo

Omaha Hi-Lo is similar to Texas Hold ‘Em in it’s format, but is played with some very distinct differences: a) Each player receives four cards instead of two; b) there are two winners in Omaha Hi-Lo, as each player is trying to make his best “High” Hand and his best “Low” Hand; c) the player must use both hole cards in making his hand.

Object Of The Game

To make the best five-card high hand, and your best five card low hand, using exactly two hole cards, and three board cards. You may use different hole cards in making your low or high hand, provided you use exactly two hole cards and three board cards for each. The player with the best high hand wins half the pot, and the player with the best low hand wins the other half. If there is no qualifying low hand, the player with the best high hand wins the entire pot.

A qualifying low hand is made with five cards that are all 8 or lower, an ace counting as the lowest. No pairs can exist in a low hand, but a straight and/or a flush may. The lowest possible hand is A2345.

The highest possible qualifying low hand is 87654.

  1. A puck (Dealer Button) is placed in front of a player to designate who is the “dealer” for that round. The game starts with a “forced bet”, and it is mandatory that the two players to the left of the dealer place a bet of a predetermined amount of money. This is called posting the blinds.
  2. Each player is dealt four cards face down. These are called hole or pocket cards.
  3. There is then a round of betting starting with the player to the left of the two players who posted the blinds. This round is usually referred to by the term pre-flop.
  4. During this round of betting, a player may choose to call, raise, or fold.
  5. After this betting round ends, the dealer discards the top card of the deck. This is called a burn card. This is done to prevent cheating.
  6. The dealer then turns the next three cards face up on the table. These cards are called the flop. These are community cards that the player may use in combination with their two pocket cards to form a poker hand.
  7. There is another round of betting starting with the player to the left of the dealer button.
  8. After this round of betting concludes, the dealer burns and turns another card face up on the table. This is called the turn card. Players can also use this sixth card, along with their hole cards, to form the best five-card poker hand.
  9. The player to the left of the dealer begins another round of betting. In many types of games, this is where the bet size doubles.
  10. Finally, the dealer burns a card and places a final card face up on the table. This is called the river. Players can now use any of the five cards on the table with their two hole cards to form a five-card poker hand.
  11. In Omaha Hi-LO, players must use both of their hole cards to make their best hand.
  12. There is one final round of betting starting with the player to the left of the dealer.
  13. Showdown: All players reveal their hands. Beginning with the player to the left of the last player to call.

The player who shows the best hand wins!

7-Card Stud

Players will be dealt a total of seven cards. The object of the game is to use your five best cards to make up a winning Five-card poker hand.

  1. Starting to his/her left, the dealer will deal each player two cards down (called hole or pocket cards) and one card face-up.
  2. The players look at their hole cards.
  3. The player with the lowest card showing face-up is forced to start the action by placing a small bet called a "bring in." The betting then continues to that player's left. Each player can call, raise, or fold their cards.
  4. After the betting is completed, another card is dealt to each player face-up. This card is also known as fourth street.
  5. Another round of betting occurs, starting now with the player with the highest cards showing. From fourth street on, the player with the highest cards showing will continue to be the first to bet.
  6. After betting is complete, a fifth card, also called fifth street, is dealt face-up. Another round of betting follows.
  7. A sixth card is dealt face up, followed by another round of betting.
  8. The Seventh and final card is dealt facedown to the players remaining in the hand. A final round of betting occurs.
  9. Showdown: All players reveal their cards.

The Player who shows the best hand wins!

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