Game Variations

PINEAPPLE

  • Highest hand wins

  • Players may use one, both or neither of their hole cards to make their highest hand.

  • Ace plays both high and low for straights.

  • Players act clockwise from the dealer

 

CRAZY PINEAPPLE

  • Highest hand wins

  • Players may use one, both or neither of their hole cards to make their highest hand.

  • Ace plays both high and low for straights.

  • Players act clockwise from the dealer

 

IRISH HOLD'EM

  • Highest hand wins

  • Ace plays both high and low for straights.

  • Players act clockwise from the dealer

 

MANILLA

  • Highest hand wins

  • Stripped Deck Game

  • Ace plays high

  • Players act clockwise from the dealer

 

OMAHA HIGH

  • Highest hand wins.

  • Players must use two of their hole cards combined with three from the board to make their highest and lowest hands.

  • Any two of the players four cards can be used for high, and any two can be used for low.

  • Ace plays both high and low Three raise limit per round.

 

OMAHA HIGH LOW

  • Highest hand splits the pot with the lowest qualifying low hand.

  • Players must use two of their hole cards combined with three from the board to make their highest and lowest hands.

  • Any two of the players four cards can be used for high, and any two can be used for low.

  • To qualify for the low half of the pot, the low hand must be 8,7,6,5,4 or lower Ace plays both high and low.

 

PYRAMID

  • Highest hand wins

  • Ace plays both high and low for straights.

  • Players act clockwise from the dealer

 

SUPER 8

  • Highest hand wins

  • Players may use one,or two or neither of their hole cards to make their highest hand.

  • Ace plays both high and low for straights.

  • Players act clockwise from the dealer

 

TAHOE

  • Highest hand wins

  • Players may use one, both or neither of their hole cards to make their highest hand.

  • Ace plays both high and low for straights.

  • Players act clockwise from the dealer

 

TEXAS HOLD'EM

  • Highest hand wins

  • Players may use one, both or neither of their hole cards to make their highest hand.

  • Ace plays both high and low for straights.

  • Players act clockwise from the dealer