Players can pitch a card back in, and a buy another after the last card is dealt face up, paying a predetermined amount for an up card and twice that for a down card.
Crazy, players don’t discard until after the flop. Lazy, players can hold onto the three cards and then discard one after the river and last round of betting.
Each player is dealt four cards, and five cards are also dealt face down in a “cross” formation in the centre of the table.
This game combines a bit of Texas Hold’em and Omaha – and, hopefully, a little luck of the Irish when it comes to your own hand.
Black Mariah and Low Chicago are versions of Seven-Card Stud. In Black Mariah, the player with the high spade in the hole wins half the pot.
Badugi is a lowball game in which players are dealt four cards. The game is played with blinds and features three drawing rounds.
Players then place their best five cards in a stack face down. Cards are exposed one at a time followed by a betting round until all five are exposed.
The process repeats until there is only one player raking the entire pot. The game builds some significant action and fun.
In this one, each player is dealt five cards face down. Five cards are also dealt face down in the middle of the table with each exposed one at a time, followed by a round of betting.
The goal is to get as close to 2 or 22 to split the pot. After being dealt two cards, there is a round of betting and players can decide to take another or stand-pat.