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  • Casino Holdem
  • Casino Holdem

    Casino Hold’em is the Texas Hold’em Poker played against a computerized dealer. The player starts the game by placing bets on Ante or optionally and in addition on AA Bonus Bet; the dealer deals out 2 cards, with face up, to the player and 2 cards, with face down, to himself. Furthermore 3 cards, with face up, are placed in common on the table. This is the so-called Flop which will eventually contains a total of 5 cards.


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  • 3Bets Poker Pro
  • 3Bets Poker Pro

    Bets Poker is a poker stud game played against a computerized dealer. The player, after placing three equal bets on Ante and the other two Pull bet zones, receives three cards with face up and two cards with face down. These last two ones are used to complete the hand as the aim is to get any winning hand consisting of a pair of 10's or higher, using all five cards. Looking at the first three cards he choices to pull back the first and second bets or to proceed (Play) with the round.

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  • Txs Holdem
  • TXs Holdem

    The game is played with one 52-card deck, shuffled before each round.

  • The Bet limit sign indicates the minimum and maximum Ante bet limit.
  • The Flop bet is always exactly double the Ante bet.
  • The Turn and River bets are always exactly equal to the Ante bet.
  • Payouts are made according to the paytable.
  • To view the Paytable, move the pointer over the MIN/MAX sign.
  • Some features may not be available in PLAYING FOR FUN mode.
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  • Caribbean Stud
  • Caribbean Stud

    This is the standard "Caribbean Stud" poker game. Each game is played with a new deck.

    Click on the spanner icon in the game. This allows the following options for the game in the Game Settings menu:

  • Audio. Enable or disable all sounds.
  • Sound effects. On or off sound effects played for events in the game.
  • Background music. Enable or disable background music.
  • Speed​​. Increase or decrease the speed of the game.
  • Quick game. Turns on or off fast play.
  • Played games. Click to view the recent history of rounds played.
  • Napomena: U nekim casino-ima sve opcije igre možda neće biti dostupne.

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  • Oasis Poker
  • Oasis Poker

    The game is played with one 52-card deck, shuffled before each round.

  • The Bet limit sign indicates the minimum and maximum Ante bet limit.
  • There is a non-refundable fee to discard and draw cards.
  • The Call bet is always equal to double the Ante bet.
  • Payouts are made according to the paytable.
  • To view the Paytable, move the pointer over the MIN/MAX sign.
  • Some features may not be available in PLAYING FOR FUN mode.
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  • Caribbean Stud(€1 - €40)
  • Caribbean Stud pro

    This is the standard "Caribbean Stud" poker game. Each game is played with a new deck.

    Click on the spanner icon in the game. This allows the following options for the game in the Game Settings menu:

  • Audio. Enable or disable all sounds.
  • Sound effects. On or off sound effects played for events in the game.
  • Background music. Enable or disable background music.
  • Speed​​. Increase or decrease the speed of the game.
  • Quick game. Turns on or off fast play.
  • Played games. Click to view the recent history of rounds played.
  • Napomena: U nekim casino-ima sve opcije igre možda neće biti dostupne.

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  • Casino Hold'em
  • Casino Hold'em

    Casino Hold’em Game

  • Casino Hold’em is played with a standard pack of cards with 52 cards (Jokers are excluded).
  • The individual cards are ranked in the following falling order: Ace (high or low), King, Queen, Jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2
  • Note: To zoom in on the Paytable, move the pointer over the Paytable image.

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    Texas Hold 'em

    In Texas Hold'em, each player is given 2 pocket cards. The game continues with a total of 5 community cards face up, first 3, then 1 after the other. Between each deal there is a round of betting.

    Hold'em is played with two blinds (a bet before the pocket cards are received). The first two players after the dealer pay the blinds. The small blind is posted by the first player and the big blind by the second. In heads-up games, the player seated after the dealer pays the big blind. The first two betting rounds are played with the lower limit while the last two rounds of betting are played with the higher limit.

    Omaha

    Omaha is a poker game derived from Texas Hold'em. Each player is dealt four cards ("hole cards"), which belong only to that player. Five community cards are dealt face-up on the "board". All players use three of the five community cards together with two of their hole cards to make the best five-card poker hand.

    Omaha Hi/Lo

    The player with the best five-card hand for high wins half the pot, and the player with the best hand for low wins the other half. In Omaha, players must use two and only two of their four hole cards in combination with three cards from the board. In the event of identical hands, the high and low shares of the pot will be equally divided between the players with the best hands. In the event that no hand qualifies for low, the best hand(s) for high wins the pot.

    For a five card hand to qualify for low, it cannot include cards higher than 8 or contain any pairs. Aces can be used for both high and low. When comparing low hands, the winner is the hand with the lowest high card, thus 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 is better than Ace, 2, 3, 4, 8. The best possible low hand is Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5.

    Seven Card Stud

    In Seven Card Stud, players are dealt seven cards throughout the course of the hand, but only the best five-card hand possible for each player is used to determine the winner.

    Before a game of Seven Card Stud starts, all players ante a nominal amount, for example $1 in a $10-$20 game. Each player is dealt two hidden hole cards and one exposed card. The player with the lowest exposed card is the "bring-in", and is forced to make a wager of either a half a small bet or a full small bet (for example, either $1 or $2 in a $2/$4 game). Action continues clockwise around the table until betting is complete for the round.

    In the unlikely event that all 8 players are still in the hand on the river, the total number of cards needed for all the players to receive their own card would not be available in a standard deck of cards. In this case the river card is dealt face up on the table and it will be used as a community card.

    Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo

    The player with the best five-card hand for high wins half the pot, and the player with the best hand for low wins the other half. In the event that no hand qualifies for low, the best hand(s) for high wins the pot.

    Limit

    In structured limit games, the only valid bet/raise is the current limit, for example $5 on the first two rounds in a $5-$10 Hold'em game. There may be a maximum of 4 bet/raises in a round of betting. This includes a bet, raise, re-raise and a cap.

    No-Limit

    In no-limit, a valid bet/raise must be at least the higher of the current limit and the last bet/raise. No higher limit is available, other than the players' credits. No maximum number of raises exists.

    Pot-Limit

    In pot-limit, the valid bet/raise must be at least the higher of the current limit and the last bet/raise. A pot-limit bet/raise may be at highest the value of the pot, plus all bets at the table including the current players call. No maximum number of raises exists.

    Tips for Texas Hold'em

    A Beginner's Guide to Texas Hold'em is not an introduction to the basic rules of Texas Hold'em. To find detailed information on how Texas Hold'em is played please visit our rules page. Instead this guide is focused on helping you understand the game better and give you some tips on how to become a better Texas Hold'em player. We hope you find it intriguing.

    Texas Hold'em is the king of all poker games. And it requires a ton of skill. But still the most skilled player in the world can't beat a lucky strike. So anything can happen. But we thought we'd guide you through the most essential strategy assessments.

    Start at the Bottom

    Even if you turn out to be the biggest poker talent the world has ever seen, you are best off starting at the bottom. Playing low stakes limit games or tournaments is a good way to get a lot of hands under your belt without taking too big a risk. Sure limit games can be tricky and lacks the element of bluffing, but as a newcomer bluffing is probably not the thing to try. Limit games are much more controlled and less risky to experiment a little with. And as in all things, experimentation is a good way to learn fast.

    Don't think you have $1000000000 Play Money Stack!

    If you've won a ton of money playing with play money you probably got what it takes to become a good real money player too. But the games differ a lot. So don't jump into a high stakes real money game expecting to kick butt. But you are probably set to take on a low stakes games. Because sometimes they are even wilder than play money games!

    Starting hand Value

    Your two pocket cards, or hole cards, are the only factors that separate your hand from the other players' hands. So learning how to play them is vital. An AA (ace-ace) combo simply has a much greater chance of winning than say a 7-3 combo. Play the good starting hands. Fold the bad.

    Position Play

    Being seated in "late position" in a poker game is a huge advantage since you then get to see your opponents make their moves before you have to act yourself. To become a good player, one must understand, and learn to take advantage of this advantage. A good starting hand in an early position may actually be a worse hand to play than a bad hand in late position.

    Fold

    No matter the betting round, if you have nothing and can't draw to anything, fold faster than Superman on laundry day. It's as simple as that.

    Hand Nicknames

  • AA Pocket Rockets, Bullets, American Airlines
  • KK Cowboys, King Kong
  • QQ Double date, Canadian Aces, Siegfried and Roy
  • JJ Fish hooks
  • 99 German virgin (ne, nevíme proč)
  • 88 Snowmen
  • 77 Sunset strip
  • 66 Route 66
  • 55 Speed limit
  • 44 Magnum, Sail boat
  • 33 Crabs
  • 22 Ducks
  • AK Big slick
  • AQ Big chick
  • AJ Black Jack, Jack-ass
  • KQ Royalty, Marriage
  • KJ Kojak
  • J5 Jackson five
  • Q3 Gay waiter
  • 95 Dolly Parton
  • A8 Dead man's hand (A guy named Wild Bill Hickok was shot in 1876 when he won a game with this hand!)
  • K9 Canine
  • J4 Flat tyre
  • 93 The Sik.
  • Poker school Omaha

    Want to broaden your poker experience and try your hands at the fantastic game of Omaha? Through this guide you will comprehend the main differences in game play and the considerations needed to convert you skill in Texas Hold’em into a reasonable understanding of Omaha. A separate guide will follow that covers the concept of hi/lo.

    Note. This guide is not an extensive Omaha rule guide and does require the reader to have a fundamental understanding of communal card poker games such as holdem in order to make sense. With that said it also true, and that’s what makes Omaha so fascinating, that the skills and talents needed to succeed playing holdem is not necessarily the same needed to excel in Omaha!

    4 Hole Cards

    In Omaha players are dealt four hole cards instead of just two. This drastically increases the number of possible starting hands, and also requires a player to do a more in-depth analysis of each starting hand’s strengths and weaknesses.

    Two Cards in Use

    The next big difference between Holdem and Omaha is the two-hole cards restriction that constitutes that even though you have four pocket cards, two, and only two, must always be “in play”.

    You cannot for example “play the board” as such a hand would NOT contain two of your hole cards. Neither can you use two communal spades and add three spade cards from your hole cards to complete a flush, as that would also break the rule – three cards being more than two.

    IN OMAHA TWO – NO MORE NO LESS – OF YOUR 4 HOLE CARDS MUST ALWAYS BE IN PLAY.

    Which cards you use often changes throughout the hand. And this is what makes Omaha so exciting and also explains why it is to a greater degree than Holdem is a game of mathematics. There’s (almost) no end to the possibilities!

    Pot Limit

    Omaha is a game well-suited for the pot limit structure. And most players believe it works far better than playing the game in no limit format. So in order to learn Omaha properly one must grasp the basics of pot limit.

    In pot limit the maximum a player can bet at any given time is an amount equivalent to the current pot size. So the larger the pot gets the higher the maximum bet is! This makes for some very interesting game play.

    How to actually calculate the size of a “pot bet” is something you will pick up along the way, but this is the basic formula. Don’t let it confuse you.

    Example: We are in the middle of the turn betting round. After the flop there was $100 in the pot.

    Player a bets $10 Player B raises to $30, player C’s maximum pot bet is now: $100+3*$30+10= $200!

    A Game of Nuts

    With more hole cards in play the chance of someone hitting a really massive hand obviously increases. And this fact must be taken into consideration.

    A flush in Holdem is a relatively strong hand as the chance of someone having a better hand is slim. But in Omaha this is much more frequent. Having the “nuts” (best possible combination) thus becomes much more vital. Having semi-nuts (for example a king high flush) can many times turn out to be very, very costly.

    Poker school: A Beginner's Guide to Multi-table Tournaments

    Beginner's Multi-table Tournament is a guide to help you comprehend the most basic aspects of multi-table tournament play. Multi-table tournaments are probably the most fun of all forms of poker and learning how to play them is essential to success. As soon as you reach your first final table, you will know what we are talking about.

    How to Play

    All multi-table tournaments start at a designated time found in the weekly tournament schedule or in the poker application. To participate, players must register at least five minutes before the tournament is due to start. This is also done through the schedule or directly in the game client. The tournaments require the player to cover a buy-in and a small fee. A typical buy-in tournament is $5 buy-in and $1 fee ($5+1).

    All the buy-ins are collected into a communal prize pool while the fee is the cost for participating in the event. Funds are automatically drawn from your EuroCasinoBet poker balance.

    The number of participating players varies greatly from around 50 to 2,000!!

    You can find all types of multis on EuroCasinoBet: Holdem no limit & limit, 7-card stud and lots of Omaha Hi & Hi/lo pot limit events. Multi-table tournament variations.

    The Goal

    A percentage of all contestants in a multi win money from the communal prize pool along an increasing scale. In a 100 player tournament typically the top ten finish in the money.. V turnaji se 100 hráči vyhrává ceny obvykle horních deset.

    After Registering...

    As soon as the registration process closes, all registered players will take their randomly distributed seats. A game window will appear notifying you to sit-in on your assigned table.

    Each player begins with an equal amount of chips. The amount may vary depending on the tournament. These tournament chips have no real value outside the tournament and the values they represent does not in any way represent any eventual winnings from the tournament.

    Players are eliminated one by one when they have no chips left. And as the number of players still left in the tournaments drops, players are automatically moved between tables so that all tables remain balanced and equal. So don't be surprised if you all of a sudden find yourself at a completely different table than you started at.

    For each ten players that are eliminated a table is removed from play redistributing the players to other tables. This process continues until only one final table remains. And play on that table continues until one player has won all the chips and is victorious!

    Blinds go Up and Up

    The tricky part about playing a multi compared to ring game poker is that the blind levels increase throughout the tournament. Starting at say $10/$20 they may well reach $1,000/$2,000 before a victor is crowned! So in order to keep in contention you have to steadily increase and build on you initial chip stack.

    Various Tournament Formats

    There are a number of different multi-table tournament formats featured on EuroCasinoBet.

    Guaranteed Tournaments

    Guaranteed means that the total prize pool of the tournament is just that, guaranteed. So no matter ho many players sign-up the guaranteed amount will be paid out in prize money.

    Turbo Tournaments

    Works just like regular tournaments with the exception that the blind levels increase faster. Good for moments when you may not have two hours to spare. Expect intense action and a lot of gutsy gambling!

    Re-Buy and Add-Ons

    The tournaments are unique in that if you are eliminated you can buy your place right back in again! For a limited time, if you are eliminated you can pay an additional buy-in (called a re-buy) and get back in the action with a new starting stack. When that time period expires you may also have the option of adding some more chips to your stack. This is called an add-on.

    Bounty Features

    Some special EuroCasinoBet multis incorporates a bounty feature. This adds an exciting element to a standard tournament by having some players carry a bounty on their head. If you eliminate any of them from the tournament you will receive a special bounty bonus.

    Satellite Qualifiers

    You can qualify to big and expensive tournaments through much less expensive satellites. You enter the event paying a buy-in and if you get "in the money" you qualify for the pricier tournament. These satellites truly can be a shortcut to success!

    Express qualifiers are satellites that are played in the turbo high-speed format.

    Cash & Qualifiers

    Some events combine the distribution of prize money with the qualification to big events. So if you win you will get both a cash prize and qualify to a big event.

    Poker school: Playing Tournaments

    This section will not give you an introduction to playing tournaments if you have never played a tournament before. It will not make you an expert in tournament poker.

    It will however point out a few issues to make you a better tournament player. Please read through, remember and reflect over it the next time you play a poker tournament at EuroCasinoBet and you will be able to improve your game.

    Tips, tricks & more

    Luck

    To win a large multi table tournament you will have to play for a long time. If you’re relying on chance, eventually your luck will run out! Reduce the risks by considering all possible scenarios. One mistake can expel you from the entire tournament.

    When you play aggressively, people will be waiting for a chance to take you down with a monster hand. Beware of when this happens to avoid running into a brick wall, losing all your chips.

    Trapping

    No Limit Play has a lot to do with trapping. Don’t be obvious with your cards pre-flop and play to trap opponents with monster hands! You can play slightly looser if you don’t risk being raised.

    Pot Odds

    Use the no-limit bet to make sure no one gets pot odds to outdraw you. Remember that the implied odds can be very high in No Limit games. (Potentially the opponents entire stack.)

    If you’re raising someone who is playing short-stacked, consider forcing him to go all in. It will reduce the risk of getting called down and make sure he/she doesn’t get a second chance.

    Strategy Change

    The blind increase will alter the correct strategy for each and every hand. If your stack is low compared to the blinds, you will have to take a chance sooner or later and your plan should be to make it at the right moment. When you do act, you should do it aggressively!

    Opponent’s stacks are extremely important – you’re more likely to be called on an all-in by someone who possesses substantially more chips than you are by someone with substantially less. Be aggressive against short-stacked players.

    A special circumstance in tournament games is that you actually know the opponents total bankroll, (at least for a particular game). This means that you more easily can put yourself in his/her situation when you are dominating a player with high bets you are hoping he/she shall fold to.

    Drying Out

    Consistently betting and folding to a larger and aggressive bet pre flop may prove costly. Avoid this by playing tight seated before aggressive players.

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