What is really a poker and its types

We lives in twenty first century and still many of us haven’t knows the true meaning of poker. In the few Orthodox peoples mind it’s a gambling and many assume that it’s against their culture. But that not at all true. This is being played from the eighties and it’s just a another game that’s played by the cards. In the beginning its started as a entertainment game played in the family gatherings but gradually the nature of game changes with time and people starts to bet money on poker games. Some had made it as source of their income which is highly inappropriate, one should not make it but little fun time with friends and family won’t harm.

The types of poker games are

  1. Draw Poker

Draw poker games typically involve dealing each player a hand of cards, then allowing them to exchange some of their original cards for new ones. Some games allow only one draw, while others allow three or even more. Draw games are often slow compared to community games, but they are very traditional and still have a large player base.

  1. Stud Poker

Stud poker games deal each player a hand of cards, and whoever has the best hand wins. There is usually a round of betting as each card is dealt out, so in total, there are often three to five rounds of betting depending on how the game is structured. Stud poker games are usually pretty slow compared to community games or even draw games.

  1. Community Poker

Community poker games are the most popular games in the world right now. Community games are fast paced and often build up huge pots. Each player receives hole cards which they can use along with community cards placed face up on the table. Community poker games include Texas Hold’em and Omaha poker.

  1. Wild Card Games

Wild card poker games take normal games and spice them up by adding one or more wild cards. This helps increase big pots and makes for explosive poker sessions. We recommend wild card games for players who are looking for excitement and thrill. Old timers are better off sticking with Stud or Draw games so they can keep up.

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