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GAME RULES   >   6 CARDS

6 CARDS
To meet the varied needs of a diverse gaming market and following the very successful reception of its first product (Texas Hold’em), P8Poker went on to develop another popular variation of poker that is known as 6 Cards Poker. Through this product, players get to enjoy receiving the first-hand experience of enjoying stunning visuals while also putting their poker playing skills to the real test. Designed to be engaging and to exude an edgy vibe, P8Poker’s 6 Cards Poker provides players with a state of the art online poker platform with which to challenge real players from all over the world.

How To Play

Card Deck
  • Joker Deck (52 cards + 2 jokers)
  • Normal Deck (52 cards)

No Of Player
  • Min 2 Players
  • Max 4 Players

Game Play Step
  1. Each player will receive 6 cards using the entire deck
  2. Each player must break these 6 cards into three sets of poker hands: three-card hand (bottom), two-card hand (middle), and one-card hand (top)
  3. Bottom hand (strongest 3-card poker hand of all three hands)
  4. Middle hand consists of 2-card hand (worse than the bottom hand but stronger than the top hand)
  5. Top hand consists of 1-card hand.

Showdown and Scoring
  • In scoring, players will compare each specific hand (top, middle and bottom) with every other player’s hand of the same type.
  • There are various stakes available in 6 Cards Poker. Each point is equivalent to the stake value. For instance, if the stakes is $5, each point is $5 and $10 stake equals to $10 per point.
  • The better hand earns a point off of the player with the weaker hand. Refer below for examples.

Score Guide


Suit Rank

Three-card Hand Comparison
High Card
Rank 1 > Rank 2 > Rank 3 > Suit 1

Example:
One Pair
Pair Rank > Kicker Card Rank > Pair Suit

Example:
Straight
Rank 1 > Rank 2 > Rank 3 > Suit 1

Example:
Flush
Rank 1, Rank 2, Rank 3, Suit 1

Example:
Three Of A Kind
Three Rank > Joker

Example:
Straight Flush
Straight Rank > Suit > Joker

Example:
Royal Flush
Straight Rank > Suit > Joker

Example:

Two-card Hand Comparison
High Card
Rank > Suit

Example:
One Pair
Pair Rank > Suit > Joker

Example:

One-card Hand Comparison
High Card
Rank > Suit

Example:

Special Rules
  1. Scooping:
    • When a player scoops (wins all three hands against one player), this player will win a bonus (total points x 2)
  2. Home Run:
    • Second scenario of scooping would be when a player scoops all other players, this player will win a double bonus (total points x 3), this is called a Home Run.

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Commission
  • 3% will be raked from winning player and/or players.