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3D-Online_PokerThis book is intended to be an introduction to the poker game, emphasizing on the online poker, the betting structure, poker variants, poker strategy and specific poker tournaments.

Online poker is the game of poker played over the Internet. Online poker rooms tend to be viewed as more player-friendly and allow the players to play for very low stakes. It has been partly responsible for a dramatic increase in the number of poker players worldwide. While the practice of comping players with free meals, hotel rooms, and merchandise is quite common in B&M casinos, online poker rooms have needed to develop new ways to reward faithful customers. The most common way of doing this is through deposit bonuses, where the player is given a bonus code to enter when placing money into an account. One common feature of the online poker sites is to offer tournaments called satellites by which the winners gain entry to real-life poker tournaments. Online poker rooms reward customers through deposit bonuses, where the player is given a bonus code to enter when placing money into an account.

CONTENTS:

About Online Poker
Online poker
Overview
Legality
Integrity and fairness
Differences with conventional poker
Tracking play
Bonuses
Compatibility
Online poker portal
Card games
The deck or pack
The deal
The rules
Rule infractions
Types of card games
Trick-taking games
Rummy-style games
Casino or gambling card games
Solitaire (or Patience) games
Shedding games
Accumulating games
Fishing Games
Multi-genre games
Collectible card games (CCG’s)
Other card games
Fictional card games
Pranks
Poker
Game play
History
Quotations
References
Poker topics
Poker rules
Poker hands
General rules
Ranking of hands
Variations
Dead man’s hand
The hand in popular culture
Adapting to 7-card games
Dominating hand
Drawing hand
Made hand
Nut hand
Pocket Aces
Starting hand
Non-standard poker hand
Cats and dogs
Kilters
Rank of hands
Standard ranking
Royal flush
Straight flush
Four of a kind
Full house
Flush
Straight
Three of a kind
Two pair
One pair
High card
Low-poker ranking
Ace-to-five
Wheel
Ace-to-six
Deuce-to-seven
Betting structure
Procedure
Open
Call
Check
Raise
Fold
Forced bets
Ante
Blinds
When a player in the blinds leaves the game
Dead button rule
Moving button rule
Simplified moving button rule
When there are only two players
Bring-ins
Straddle bets
Live straddle
Mississippi straddle
Sleepers
Limits
Fixed limit
Maximum number of raises
Kill game
Spread limit
Pot limit
No limit
Table stakes rules
“All in”
All-in before the deal
Incomplete raise
Opening all-in hands
Open stakes
Big bet
Statistical Analysis
Examples
Casino style draw poker
Texas hold ’em
Omaha hold ’em
Casino style seven-card stud
Blind
Chopping the blinds
Why players chop
Ethics of chopping
General etiquette
Reference
Closed
Post oak bluff
Pot
Split
River
Showdown
Table stakes
Poker variants
Popular poker variants
Other poker variants
Stud Horse poker
Oxford stud
Billabong (and Shanghai)
Guts
Blind man’s bluff
Casino game
House advantage
Categories of casino games
Table games
Gaming machines
Random number games
Common table games
Cards
Dice / Tiles
Random numbers
Common random number games (non-table)
Common gaming machines
Four card poker
Let It Ride.
Basic rules
How to Play
Bets
Optional side bet
The deal
The play
Strategy and house edge
Pai gow poker
Object of the Game
The Deal
Hand Rankings
Determining a Win
Basic Strategy
Pyramid poker
Red Dog
Spread – Payout
References
Three card poker
Pairplus
Ante and Play
Normal Ante and Play gameplay
The Ante Bonus
Three card brag
Rules
Hand ranks
Betting
Shuffling
Chicago
Hand scores
Basic rules
Exchanges and hand scoring
The game
Chicago
Variations
Chinese poker
Community card poker
Texas hold ’em
Double-board hold ’em
Omaha hold ’em
Pineapple – Crazy Pineapple – Tahoe hold ’em
Manila
Pinatubo
“Home” games
Cincinnati
Iron cross
Chowaha
Tic tac toe
Lame-brain Pete
Six-pack
Spit in the ocean
Counterfeit
Omaha hold ’em
Texas hold ’em
Badugi
Omaha hold ’em
Explanation
Omaha Hi/Lo
Pot Limit Omaha
Redraws
Variations
Texas hold ’em
Origins
Rules
Objective
Betting structures
Play of the hand
The showdown
Examples
Sample showdown
Sample hand
Kickers and ranks
Starting hand terminology and notation
Strategy
In popular culture
Spectator sport
Notes
Poker probability (Texas hold ’em)
Starting hands
Starting hands heads up
Head-to-head starting hand matchups
Starting hands against multiple opponents
Dominated hands
Pocket pairs
Hands with one ace
The flop
Flopping overcards when holding a pocket pair
After the flop
Example of drawing outs
Runner-runner outs
Common outs
Disjoint outs
Compound outs
Notes
References
Texas hold ’em hands
Essentials
Texas hold ’em hand groups
Chen Point Count
Notes
Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker
Rules
Player Strategy
WinHoldEm
External links
Dealer’s choice
Draw poker
Standard five-card draw
Other draw games
Gardena jackpots (“Jacks to open” or simply “Jackpots”)
California lowball
Badugi
Other forms of lowball
California high/low split
High/low with declare
Double-draw and Triple-draw
Four-before
Johnson (and “Jacks back”)
Q-Ball
“Home” games
Shotgun (“Roll ’em out” and “Skinny Minnie”)
Spit in the ocean
Anaconda (“Pass the trash”)
Ad hoc variants
Anaconda
Simple Play
Betting
Variations
Badugi
Play of the hand
Hand evaluation
Example hand
Betting structures
Strategy
Five-card draw
Sample deal
Lowball
References
H.O.S.E
H.O.R.S.E.
Kuhn poker
References
Old Pink Poker
Strip poker
Rules
Popularity
Stud poker
General variations
Specific variants
Six-card stud
Razz (and London lowball)
Eight-or-better high-low stud
Mississippi stud
Mexican stud
Blind stud
Miscellaneous
Caribbean stud poker
Caribbean Stud Poker in the United Kingdom
Player Strategy
Five-card stud
Description of play
High-low and other variants
Roll your own
Seven twenty-seven
Seven-card stud
Quick play overview
In-depth play rules
Sample deal
Twist
Public cardroom rules
Popular poker variants
Waiting lists
Chips
Rake
Common rules
Legality
One player to a hand
Poker dealer
Professional dealers
Mechanics of dealing
Shuffling
American-style dealing
European-style dealing
Burning and turning
Responsibilities during a hand
Call – Meaning
Cheating in poker
Minimal-skill methods
Marked cards
Skilled methods
Collusion
Rule variations
Overview
High-low split
Wild card
Bug
Stripped deck
Community card
Turn
Poker strategy
The fundamental theorem of poker
Pot odds and poker probabilities
Deception
Position
Reasons to raise
Reasons to call
Gap concept
Sandwich effect
Loose/tight play
Aggressive/passive play
Hand reading and tells
Table image and opponent profiling
Equity
Short-handed considerations
Structure considerations
Notes
Fundamental theorem of poker
An example
Multi-way pots and implicit collusion
Morton’s theorem
An example
Analysis
Pot odds
Simple pot odds
Implied pot odds
Reverse implied pot odds
Manipulating pot odds
Bluffing frequency
References
Dead money
Poker play
Aggression
Bluff
Pure Bluff
Semi-bluff
Bluffing circumstances
Optimal bluffing frequency
Bluff (the game)
References
Check-raise
Defense
Draw
Outs
Types of draws
Flush draw
Outside straight draw
Inside straight draw
Double inside straight draw
Other draws
Backdoor draw
Isolation
Position
Protection
Slow play
Relationship between slow playing and bluffing
Check raising as a slow play
Fishing for the overcall
References
Steal
Poker probability
Frequency of 5 card poker hands
Derivation
Frequency of 7 card poker hands
Poker psychology
Tell
References
Tilt
Being “on tilt”
Putting others “on tilt”
Poker gameplay and terminology
Bad beat
Reacting to bad beats
Bad beat jackpot
Cards speak
Declaration
Declaring target in a split pot
Declaring number of cards to draw
Other declarations
Flop
Freeroll
Out
Poker equipment
Button
History
Dealer button
Other buttons
Button – Use
References
Playing card
History
Early history
Spread across Europe and early design changes
Later design changes
Alleged symbolism
Playing cards today
Anglo-American
German
Central European
Switzerland
Italian
Spanish
Japanese
Playing card symbols in Unicode
References
Burn card
Notes
Curse of Scotland
High card by suit
Rounder
Poker chip
Construction and design
Colors
Security
Rake
Mechanism
Legality
Ring game
Suited connectors
Value
Poker tournaments
Entry fees and prizes
Betting format
Types of poker
Tournament venues
Major tournaments
Chip race
Hand-for-hand
Satellite tournament
Poker
Tournament director
World Poker Tour
Player of the Year
Results
World Series of Poker
Origins
Evolution
Harrah’s Takes The Pot
The Marketing of the WSOP
Film coverage of the WSOP
WSOP broadcasters
The main event
Poker jargon
Rollout
Slang names for poker hands
Individual card slang
Card Slang name
Five-card hand slang
Hand – Slang name
Texas hold’em slang
Starting hand Slang name
Omaha slang
Hand Slang name
Flop slang
Flop Slang name
Poker players
Computer poker players
Poker Hall of Fame
World Poker Tour Walk of Fame
Poker on television
History
Hole cam
License
GNU Free Documentation License
GNU Free Documentation License
Index
Online Poker
About the author
Nicolae Sfetcu
Contact
Publishing House
MultiMedia Publishing

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