3 different poker games to play!
Poker Collection consists of three different poker variations. All three games are casino versions of popular poker games and are played against the dealer rather than against other players.
In the 5-Card Stud Poker game you ante from 1 to 100 credits. You and the dealer are dealt five cards each. Your cards are face-up, and the dealer's cards are face-down except the first card that is face-up. Based upon your hand and the dealer's exposed card, you decide to play the hand or to fold. If you fold, you lose your ante. If you play, you must place an additional bet of two times the amount you anted. The dealer's cards are then turned face-up. If the dealer's hand qualifies and you beat it, you win. If the dealer's hand does not qualify (an ace and a king or better), your bet is returned and your ante is returned doubled.
In the Double-Down Poker game you ante from 1 to 100 credits. You are dealt five cards. The first four cards are face-up and the fifth card is face-down. The dealer is not dealt any cards. You win in this game based upon the value of your hand. You have to decide whether to stand on your hand or to double-down on your hand. After you decide, your fifth card is turned face-up. If your hand is less than a pair of sixes, then you lose your ante and bet (if any). If you have a pair of sixes through a pair of tens, it is a "push," and your ante and bet are returned. If you have a pair of Jacks or better, then you win. The better your hand, the more you win.
In the Fast-Action Hold 'Em game you are dealt four cards. You keep two cards of your choice and the other two cards are discarded. The dealer is also dealt four cards (you do not see the dealer's cards). The dealer keeps two cards and discards the other two cards. Then five "Community" cards are dealt face-up. These cards are called community cards because both you and the dealer use these cards. To win, your hand must be better than the dealer's hand. The dealer wins ties. Your hand is the best 5-card hand made up of any combination of your two cards and the five community cards. In this game you either win or lose--there is no bonus payoff for really strong hands. If you win, the amount you ante is doubled. If you lose, you lose your ante.