Online Poker Games and Tournaments
We offer the best information for online poker sites that offer many games and poker tournaments with a variety of tables and limits for poker players at every skill level. Here are some of the games offered at our featured poker rooms.
These sites offer lots of poker games that can be played for free, have micro-limit options or some with high wagering limits! Choose from limit, no limit and pot limit texas holdem poker. Places like Party Poker offer special tables called 'Beginners' for new real money players. For the rake, table stakes and minimum buy-ins for the real money games, see rake and table stakes and minimum buy-ins.
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Popular Poker Games
Texas Holdem - Texas Holdem Poker is the most popular of all poker games played for both online and offline players. The players are dealt two face-down cards(hole cards) and share five community(board) cards. The player with the highest hand using any five cards from the board and the two hole cards wins the pot. Read more about Texas Holdem Poker Rules.
Omaha - Omaha Poker is similar to Holdem, but with two major differences: Each player receives four hole cards and must use two of them to form the best hand with three of the five cards on the board.
Omaha High/Low- This is the same as Omaha except the pot is split between the holder(s) of the highest and lowest hand. To qualify for a low hand, you must hold at least two cards 8 or lower without a pair included.
Seven Card Stud (a.k.a Stud Hi)- Each player starts with two hole cards and one upcard; there are then three more rounds of upcards, with betting after each card, and a final downcard, followed by a final betting round. Each player ends up with seven cards: four face up and three face down. The player holding the best hand using any five of their cards wins the pot. As in Texas Holdem, aces play both high and low.
Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo- Seven-card stud Hi/Lo is a variant of Seven-card stud in which the pot is split between the holder of the highest hand and the holder of the lowest hand if that low hand is topped by no worse than an 8. (The 8 is known in the poker world as a qualifier.) If that restriction is not met, the entire pot goes to the holder of the highest hand. Also, the same hand can win both the high and the low half of the pot. Winning the whole pot in either of these ways is called scooping. See more Poker Lingo. The game is also known as seven stud high-low, Seven-card stud 8-or-better, Seven-card stud split, or Seven-card stud/8.