Description: Before the 4th bet (Round IV) players must discard 2 of their cards. Players can use their 2 cards together with 3 cards from the table to
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Alphabetical List. Our extensive list of poker games in alphabetical order. Check at the bottom of the games for variations that can make the game more interesting. Feel free to comment on any game.
Dealer's Choice works best with 5 to 7 players, the ideal number being six. With more players, the range of playable variants is restricted; with fewer many of the variants become uninteresting. A standard 52-card pack without jokers is used. As in any poker game, it is best to have two packs with different coloured backs, so that one can be shuffled ready for the next hand while the other is being dealt.
Dealer’sChoice.net has assembled an extensive collection of 40+ poker game variants to choose from, sorted by style game -stud, community and wild card- as well as alphabetically. We chose these games one-by-one. We are certain you will find them challenging, fun and we guarantee they will make your home poker game capturing and interesting.
Dealer’s choice card games are variants from the traditional games of poker and more often played during a home game than the casinos.
In a Dealer's Choice poker game, the participants play a number of poker variants picked from a list of pre-approved games. Each variant plays for an entire orbit.
There are a total of twenty poker variants to choice from when playing dealer's choice and these can split into five general categories. Hold'em Variants; Omaha Variants; Stud Variants; Single ...
other - games that are not really poker variants, but are sometimes allowed as options in a dealer's choice poker game. The category links lead to pages dedicated to each type, each page having an index of the variants that belong to that category. Many home poker players like to be creative and invent their own variants.