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Net Poker Cards Game Description
Net Poker lets you play the classic card game against computer or live opponents. Cards are attractive and digital sound effects add to the fun. Options let you choose one hand cash ($100, $150, $300 or $500); pick from six card designs; choose from three animation speed settings; and much more...
- Lets you play Poker against computer or live opponents.
- Options let you choose one hand cash ($100, $150, $300 or $500).
- Pick from six card designs.
- Automatically deals.
- Sound effects and animation.
- Choose from three animation speed settings.
- Allows exchange of messages with the help of a built-in or on-line chat.
- A multiple-part status bar displays all needed information.
- Easy to install and uninstall.
- Lets to change computer opponents (bots).
- Easy to link up and play with human opponents in a local network or on the Internet, using direct or modem connection.
- Detailed built-in and on-line help.
- Nice, easy to use user interface.
- Free upgrade.
- Each Net Gin Rummy registered user can get personal login number and password for access to the Internet Player Zone.
NetIntellGames Internet Player Zone is a place where registered players can add their listing to contact with other players, publish results of the games and watch on-line and off-line games ratings.
This game is shareware and available to play only 10 minutes each session. If you want to use this software freely a registration is required. When you register, you will receive your personal registration code by email, no further files need to be downloaded. Register your copy by secure online credit card transaction.
- Purpose of the game
Poker is a card game in which players bet into a communal pot during the course of a hand, and in which the player holding the best hand at the end of the betting wins the pot. During a given betting round, each remaining player in turn may take one of five actions: pass, bet, see, raise or fold. Betting usually proceeds in a circle until each player has either called all bets or folded.
This game is played in three rounds: first an initial round of betting, then each player can discard some of their cards and be dealt fresh ones, then a final round of betting. As players bet, money is paid into the pot in the centre of the table. At the end of each hand comes the showdown - each player reveals their hand and the highest according hand rankings wins and collects the pot.
- Order of play
At the beginning of each hand every player pays into the pot. This ante is set at $10 per player. Once all players have anted the hand will be dealt. Play begins with the first round of betting. The first player can choose to pass (bet of zero) or to bet. If the first player choose to pass the second player must choose between to pass or to bet. If no players bet the hand is over, and the cards will be redealt.
Players must ante up again so the pot will be larger next hand. If a bet has been made, the next player must see or raise. If you do not see or raise the earlier bet you must fold, and you lose any money you have bet up to this point. If one player out-bets the rest and the other player fold, the first one wins immediately and does not have to show his hand to the other.
Players each get one chance to change none, some or all of their cards.
All players now hold their final cards, and have a second chance to bet. Once the second round of betting is complete, all remaining players turn over their cards and the best hand wins. The winning player collects the pot. If two players share exactly the same value hands the pot is split between them.
- Hand rankings
- Straight flush, five cards of the same suit in sequence, such as 76543 of hearts. Ranked by the top card, so that AKQJT is the best straight flush, also called a royal flush. The ace can play low to make 5432A, the lowest straight flush.
- Four of a kind, four cards of the same rank accompanied by a "kicker", like 44442. Ranked by the quads, so that 44442 beats 3333K.
- Full house, three cards of one rank accompanied by two of another, such as 777JJ. Ranked by the trips, so that 44422 beats 333AA.
- Flush, five cards of the same suit, such as AJ942 of hearts. Ranked by the top card, and then by the next card, so that AJ942 beats AJ876. Suits are not used to break ties.
- Straight, five cards in sequence, such as 76543. The ace plays either high or low, making AKQJT and 5432A. "Around the corner" straights like 32AKQ are not allowed.
- Three of a kind, three cards of the same rank and two kickers of different ranks, such as KKK84. Ranked by the trips, so that KKK84 beats QQQAK, but QQQAK beats QQQA7.
- Two pair, two cards of one rank, two cards of another rank and a kicker of a third rank, such as KK449. Ranked by the top pair, then the bottom pair and finally the kicker, so that KK449 beats any of QQJJA, KK22Q, and KK445.
- One pair, two cards of one rank accompanied by three kickers of different ranks, such as AAK53. Ranked by the pair, followed by each kicker in turn, so that AAK53 beats AAK52.
- High card, any hand that does not qualify as one of the better hands above, such as KJ542 of mixed suits. Ranked by the top card, then the second card and so on, as for flushes.
Suits are not used to break ties, nor are cards beyond the fifth; only the best five cards in each hand are used in the comparison. In the case of a tie, the pot is split equally among the winning hands.
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