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Today’s most popular poker games
2014-06-06 15:38
Today there are several choices for players who love poker but want to play against the house instead of in the poker room. By far, the most popular is Three-Card-Poker, with more than 1800 tables world-wide, most of which are in the US. The game faster than a traditional poker game, but only about half as fast as a blackjack game, so while the house odds are higher than blackjack, players have similar results over the hours they play. In addition, the 40 to 1 and 30 to 1 payoffs for the best hands are one of the favorite aspects of the game.
Caribbean Stud was the first real poker game turned into a casino banked table game. It offers a progressive jackpot on a five-card stud hand that players found similar to video poker - but on a larger scale. The jackpot is often well-over $100,000 but the game isn't found in as many casinos as it once was.
Another early entry into the new market of poker-style games was Let-it-Ride. It uses a different format for creating a five-card stud hand and instead of a progressive jackpot, three individual bets and a bonus bet can win payoffs of as high as 20,000 to 1. One unique aspect of the game is the option to pull-back two of the three individual bets.
Double Down Stud was popular for a brief time, but is more popular now as a video game. In it's place, Mississippi Stud has done much better, capturing more of the market each month over the past year. This game has the features of choosing a raise size as well as large payoffs for high hands like a Royal Flush or Four of a Kind. Crazy 4 Poker is another variation of stud found in some casinos.
Another stud game that is very popular in many states is Pai Gow Poker. This is a loose variation of Pai Gow Tiles where each player and the banker (or house) is dealt seven cards and they are arranged into a high hand of five cards and a low hand of two cards. A separate bet allows players to wager on a progressive jackpot that is often over $100,000 and EZ Pai Gow is the same game but with no commission charged. Shanghai Poker is another variation found in some casinos.
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