Poker, in its many different forms, is one of the most common, and most strategic games on the Las Vegas casino floor.
Each Poker game uses a fifty-two (52) card standard deck of cards. The cards are ranked from Ace, King, Queen, Jack and 10 through Two in descending order. An Ace may also be used as a card lower ranking than a Two in sequence. Poker is played against other competing players
Las Vegas Poker Rooms offers a wide variety of games and limits to suit all player needs.
A Poker hand at the showdown consists of your best five cards ranked from highest to lowest (as well as most rare to likeliest), according to the following list:
Royal Flush - An Ace-high straight flush is called a "Royal Flush".
Straight Flush - Five cards of same suit in sequence
Four-of-a-Kind - Four cards of the same rank.
Full House - Three cards of same rank and two cards of same rank.
Flush - Five cards of same suit.
Straight - Five cards in sequence.
Three-of-a-Kind - Three cards of the same rank.
Two Pair - Two cards of same rank and two other cards of same rank.
One Pair - Two cards of same rank.
High Card - The highest ranking card in the hand.
Did you know .. Texas Hold 'Em is the game played in the World Series of Poker Main Event annually at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.
In Poker, all suits are of equal value. If two or more hands are tied in a category, the tie is broken by the rank of the unmatched cards in the five-card hand.
Things you should know about playing poker in Las Vegas
Most Las Vegas casinos offer Non-smoking tables
Free lessons are available at most Las Vegas casinos
Any poker dealer or host will be most happy to answer any question you might have. Just ask.
Learn to play casino games
Learn to play casino games by clicking on the links below. Each link tells you a little about the game, the rules and gives you an online video on the game in action. Hope you enjoy them.
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