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JBET poker offers a wide variety of game types, betting structures and limits to make sure you find the game you are looking for. Click on any one of the following game variants offered on JBET poker for more information.

- Texas Holdem
- Omaha
- Omaha Hi-Lo
- Seven Card Stud
- Five Card Stud
- Five Card Draw

 
Texas Hold 'em Poker
About

Texas Hold'em Poker has four rounds of betting and is one of the fastest games in a poker room. It usually has the most players, with ten Players able to finish a hand quickly. Texas Hold'em Poker is the lowest-limit multi-player poker game.

The object of the game is to finish with the best poker hand, and win the pot.

Two to ten Players can play Texas Hold 'em at one time.

Note:
If two or more Players have the same winning hand, the pot is split equally between them.

Playing Texas Hold 'em Poker

Note:
To play Texas Hold 'em Poker you must have enough chips on the table to place a blind bet.

Texas Hold 'em plays as follows:

  1. The Players to the left of the Dealer begin the game by posting the blind bets. The Player on the Dealer's left posts a small blind, and the Player on the Small Blind's left posts a big blind bet. Note:
    The Dealer's position at the table changes after every hand. The dealer-button shows the Dealer's position at the table.


  2. Two pocket cards are dealt to each Player.


  3. In the first round, the Player to the Big Blind's left plays first and can either:
  • Call


  • Raise


  • Fold

  • Note:
    Players cannot Check in the first round of betting because the Blinds are bets, not antes.

  1. In the second round, three community cards are dealt. This is called the Flop Players can either:
  • Check


  • Raise


  • Fold
  1. In the third round, a fourth community card is dealt, called the Turn Another round of betting follows.


  2. In the fourth round a fifth and final community card is dealt, called the River Card. This is followed by the final round of betting. The remaining Players then use their two pocket cards and the five community cards to create the best five-card hand possible. The winner takes the pot.

If two or more Players have the same hand, the pot is split equally between them.

Note:
When a Player wins a hand, the cards that make up the win are highlighted, and the remaining cards are grayed out.

Game Sequence

The two Players to the left of the Dealer Button post the Small and Big Blinds.

Each Player is dealt two pocket cards.

First betting round.

Dealer turns over three community cards face-up, known as the Flop.

Second betting round.

Dealer turns over one community card, known as the Turn.

Third betting round.

Dealer turns over one final community card, known as theRiver Card.

Final betting round.

Players compare hands to determine the winner. The Player with the highest hand wins the pot. This is known as the Showdown.

Strategies

To improve your chances of winning, use the following strategies:

  • Five of the total seven cards are displayed on the second round of betting. This gives you a good idea of how strong your final hand could be.


  • To complete a possible winning combination, it is important to consider how the community cards compare with your pocket cards.
Omaha Poker
About

Omaha Poker has four rounds of betting. Omaha Poker is similar to Texas Hold 'em Poker, except for the following:

  • Players receive four cards face down, in the pocket instead of two.
  • Hands must consist of two pocket cards and three community cards.

Players must create the best five-card hand combination from a total of nine cards. The Player that finishes with the strongest poker hand wins the pot.

Two to ten Players can play Omaha at one time.

Playing Omaha Poker

Note:
To play Omaha you must have enough chips on the table to place a blind bet.

Omaha plays as follows:

  1. The Players to the left of the Dealer begin the game by posting the blind bets. The Player on the Dealer's left posts a small blind bet, and the Player on the Small Blind's left posts a big blind bet.

    Note:
    The Dealer's position at the table changes after every hand. The dealer-button shows the Dealer's position at the table.


  2. Four pocket cards are dealt to each Player.


  3. In the first round, the Player to the Big Blind's left plays first and can either:
  • Raise


  • Call


  • Fold
  1. In the second round, three community cards are dealt. This is called the Flop. A round of betting follows and Players can either:
  • Check


  • Call


  • Raise


  • Fold
  1. In the third round, a fourth community card is dealt. This is called the Turn. Another round of betting follows.


  2. In the fourth round a fifth and final community card is dealt. This is called the River. The final round of betting follows. The remaining Players then use two of their pocket cards and three of the community cards to create the best five-card high hand possible. Hands must consist of two pocket cards and three community cards.

Note:
When a Player wins a hand, the cards that make up the win are highlighted, and the remaining cards are grayed out.

Game Sequence

The two Players to the left of the Dealer Button place the Small and Big blinds.

Players are dealt four pocket card face-down.

First betting round.

Dealer turns over three community cards face-up, known as the Flop.

Second betting round.

Dealer turns over another community card, known as the Turn.

Third betting round.

Dealer turns over one final community card, known as the River Card.

Final betting round.

Players compare hands to determine the winner. The Player with the highest hand wins the pot. This is known as the Showdown.

Strategies

To improve your chances of winning, use the following strategies:

  • Because there are nine cards to choose from, winning hands tend to be high. If you are at a table with a lot of Players, for example, eight to ten, it is very common for someone to have the nuts, that is, the best possible hand. If you have a good hand, but not the best possible hand, be careful.
Omaha Hi-Lo Poker

Omaha Hi-Lo Poker is a variation of Omaha Poker.

Omaha Hi-Lo Poker uses the rules of Omaha Poker, but has the following differences:

  • In Omaha Hi-Lo Poker, Players are less inclined to fold on a bad hand as the highest and lowest hands split the pot equally.


  • The Players with the best high hand and low hand split the pot.

Two to eight Players can play Omaha Hi-Lo at one time.

Note:
If your hand and another Player's hand tie on either a high or low hand, you both win a quarter of the pot. This is known as the pot being quartered.

 
Playing Omaha Hi-Lo Poker
 

Note:
To play Omaha Hi-Lo Poker you must have enough credits to place a blind bet and a bet.

Omaha Hi-Lo plays as follows:

  1. The Players to the left of the Dealer begin the game by posting blind bets. The Player on the Dealer's left posts a small blind bet, and the Player on the Small Blind's left posts a big blind bet.

    Note:
    The Dealer's position at the table changes after every game. The dealer-button shows the Dealer's position at the table.


  2. Four pocket cards are dealt to each Player.


  3. In the first round, the Player to the Big Blind's left plays first and can either:
  • Raise


  • Call


  • Fold
  1. In the second round, three community cards are dealt. This is called the Flop. A round of betting follows and Players can either:
  • Check


  • Call


  • Raise


  • Fold
  1. In the third round, a fourth community card is dealt. This is called the Turn. Another round of betting follows.
  1. In the fourth round a fifth and final community card is dealt. This is called the River. The final round of betting follows. The remaining Players then use two of their pocket cards and three of the community cards to create the best five-card low and five-card high hand possible. The two Players with the best high and low hands, split the pot.

    Note:
    When a Player wins a hand, the cards that make up the win are highlighted, and the remaining cards are grayed out.

Important:

  • Winning hands must consist of two pocket cards and three community cards.
  • Low hands can only win if all the cards in the hand have a value of eight or less. If the five community cards do not include at least three cards with a value of eight or less, there is no possibility of making a low hand. In this case, the high hand wins the whole pot.

Note:

  • It is not always possible to create both a low hand and a high hand. Sometimes you can only play for either the high hand or the low hand.
  • It is possible to win the entire pot by having both the highest and lowest hands.
  • If you and another Player tie on a low hand, you both win a quarter of the pot. This is known as the pot being quartered.

Example:

  1. Player A wins the high hand and Players B and C tie for the low hand.

    The pot is $100.

    Player A receives $50 and Players B and C receive $25 each.
Game Sequence

The two Players to the left of the Dealer Button place the Small and Big blinds.

Players are dealt four pocket cards face-down.

First betting round.

Dealer turns over three community cards face-up, known as the Flop.

Second betting round.

Dealer turns over another community card, known as the Turn.

Third betting round.

Dealer turns over one final community card, known as the River Card.

Final betting round.

Players compare hands to determine the winner. The Players with the best high card hand and low card hand split the pot.

Strategies
 

To improve your chances of winning, use the following strategies:

  • A pair is more of a restriction than a help if one of the pair is a community card of the same value as one of your private, low cards. This means that your hidden card does not give you a low hand advantage.


  • When there are less than four Players at the table, you still lose money if the pot is quartered.


  • You must decide quickly if you are eligible to play for the low hand, and adjust your betting accordingly.


  • If you have a strong high hand after the flop, it is advisable to play aggressively through to the end. This ensures you have a good chance of winning half the pot.
Seven-Card Stud Poker
About

Seven-Card Stud Poker has five rounds of betting. The maximum bet doubles after the third round of betting. This leads to large pots. Seven-Card Stud Poker is a game that requires patience and skill, in knowing when to Call or Fold.

The object of the game is to finish with the best poker hand and win the pot.

Two to eight Players can play Seven-Card Stud Poker at one time.

Playing Seven-Card Stud Poker

Note:
To play Seven-Card Stud you must have enough chips on the table to place an ante and a bet.

Seven-Card Stud plays as follows:

  1. Place an ante on the table.

    Note:

  • The ante amount is set by the card room.


  • There is no ante at $0.50/$1.00 tables.
  1. You are dealt three cards, two hole cards and one card face-up.


  2. The Player with the lowest card showing by suit, must bring-in the betting.

    Note:
    Suits are ranked from low to high - Clubs, Diamonds, Hearts and Spades.


  3. A round of betting begins. Players can either:
  • Raise


  • Call


  • Fold
  1. After all the Players have contributed the same amount into the pot, the fourth card, the Fourth Street, is dealt face-up and there is another round of betting.

    Note:

  • In fixed limit games, Fourth Street betting is still at the lower limit unless a Player has Pair showing.


  • If a Pair is showing, the first Player to bet may choose to open the betting at the higher limit.
  1. At Fifth Street, in fixed limit games, the bets are at the higher amount whether or not a Pair is showing. AtSixth Street, the final face-up card is dealt.


  2. The last phase of Seven-Card Stud is Seventh Street. The seventh card is dealt face down to all Players, followed by the final round of betting and the Showdown.

Note:
When a Player wins a hand, the cards that make up the win are highlighted, and the remaining cards are grayed out.

Game Sequence

Each Player places an ante on the table.

Each Player is dealt two hole cards face-down and the door card face-up.

First betting round.

Each Player is dealt one card face-up, known as Fourth Street.

Second betting round.

Each Player is dealt one card face-up, known as Fifth Street.

Third betting round.

Each Player is dealt one card face-up, known as Sixth Street.

Fourth betting round.

Each Player is dealt a last card face-down, known as Seventh Street or the River Card.

Final betting round.

Players compare hands to determine the winner. The Player with the highest hand wins the pot. This is known as the Showdown.

 

Strategies

To improve your chances of winning, use the following strategies:

  • A big pair in your first three cards is worth betting on, unless another Player is betting aggressively on what seems to be a very good hand.

  • Fifth Street is a make-or-break point. As the bet amount doubles each round, ensure your hand can produce a win at the end of the game. This minimizes your loss.

  • It is advisable to fold if another Player's exposed cards beat your entire hand.

  • If you are trying to complete a hand such as a Straight or a Flush, check to see if the cards you need are live. These are cards that are not showing in other Players hands. You can then adjust your strategy accordingly. 
Five-Card Stud Poker
About

Five-Card Stud Poker has four rounds of betting. It is a game that requires patience and skill in knowing when to Call or Fold . Players are able to make informed decisions based on the number of visible cards on the table. The number of visible cards makes it easier for Players to judge the strength of their hands.

The object of the game is to finish with the best poker hand and win the pot.

Two to eight Players can play Five-Card Stud Poker at one time.

Playing Five-Card Stud Poker

Note:
To play Five-Card Stud you must have enough chips on the table to place an ante< and a bet.

Five-Card Stud plays as follows:

  1. Place an ante on the table.

    Note:

  • The ante amount is set by the card room.


  • There is no ante at $0.50/$1.00 tables.
  1. Each Player is dealt two cards, one hole card and one card face-up.


  2. The Player with the lowest card showing by suit, must bring-in the betting.

    Note:
    Suits are ranked from low to high - Clubs, Diamonds, Hearts and Spades.


  3. In the second round, another card is dealt face-up to all Players at the table.


  4. A round of betting follows. Players can either:
  • Raise


  • Call


  • Fold
  1. This process continues until each Player has one hole card and four face-up cards.


  2. After the last face-up card is dealt to each Player, a final round of betting follows. Remaining Players display their hole card. The highest hand wins.

Note:
When a Player wins a hand, the cards that make up the win are highlighted, and the remaining cards are grayed out.

Game Sequence

 

Each Player places an ante on the table.

Each Player is dealt one hole card face-down and one door card face-up.

First betting round.

Each Player is dealt one card face-up, known as Third Street.

Second betting round.

Each Player is dealt another card face-up, known as Fourth Street.

Third betting round.

Each Player is dealt a last card face-up, known as Fifth Street or the River Card>.

Final betting round.

Players compare hands to determine the winner. The Player with the highest hand wins the pot. This is known as th Showdown.

 

Strategies

To improve your chances of winning, use the following strategy:

  • Watch your opponents' visible cards. If a Player's face-up cards at any point beat your entire hand, it is better to fold. And you can see if any card that you need to complete a winning hand is already taken by another Player.
Five-Card Draw Poker
About

Five-Card Draw Poker has two rounds of betting. The maximum bet doubles after the first round of betting.

The object of the game is to finish with the best poker hand and win the pot.

In Five-Card Draw Poker, after all the Players have contributed the same amount into the pot, the Players can discard up to five cards to try and better their hands.

Two to five Players can play Five-Card Draw Poker at one time.

Playing Five-Card Draw Poker

Note:
To play Five-Card Draw you must have enough chips on the table to place an ante>.

Five-Card Draw plays as follows:

  1. Place an ante on the table.

    Note:
    The ante amount is set by the card room.
  1. You are dealt five cards, all face down.


  2. A round of betting begins. Players can either:
  • Raise


  • Call


  • Fold
  1. After all the Players have contributed the same amount into the pot, the Players choose up to five cards to exchange in order to try and better their hands.

    Note:
    To discard cards do the following:
  • Click the cards to select the cards you want to discard.
  • Click the Discard Cards button to discard your cards. New cards are dealt to your hand.
  1. A final round of betting begins, followed by the Showdown>.
Game Sequence

 

Each Player places an ante> on the table.

Each Player is dealt five cards face-down.

First betting round.

Each player chooses cards for exchange.

Final betting round.

Players compare hands to determine the winner. The Player with the highest hand wins the pot. This is known as the Showdown>.

 

Strategies

 

To improve your chances of winning, use the following strategy:

  • There is a chance that you will not better your opening hand. If you do not have a pair or better, or four cards to a flush or straight, Fold.
 

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