Texas Hold'em
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Rank: 79.30%
Texas hold 'em (also hold'em, holdem) is the most popular of the community card poker games. It is also the most popular poker variant played in most casinos in the United States.[1] Its no-limit betting form is used in the main event of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) and the World Poker Tour. Although it can theoretically be played by up to 22 players (or 23 if burn cards are not used), it is g
Texas hold 'em (also hold'em, holdem) is the most popular of the community card poker games. It is also the most popular poker variant played in most casinos in the United States.[1] Its no-limit betting form is used in the main event of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) and the World Poker Tour. Although it can theoretically be played by up to 22 players (or 23 if burn cards are not used), it is generally played with between 2 and 10 people. It is one of the most positional of all poker variants, since the order of betting is fixed throughout all betting rounds. Hold 'em is commonly played outside of the United States, but seven-card stud, Omaha hold 'em and other games may be more popular in some places. Like most variants of poker, the objective of Texas hold 'em is to win pots, where a pot is the sum of the money bet by oneself and other players in a hand. A pot is won either at the showdown by forming the best five card poker hand out of the seven cards available, or by betting to cause other players to fold and abandon their claim to the pot. The objective of winning players is not winning individual pots, but rather making mathematically correct decisions. As a result of making such decisions, winning poker players are able to maximize their expected utility and win more money than they lose in the long run.
Crescent Solitaire
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Rank: 91.90%
The object of the game is to move all of the cards from the outer piles onto the central foundation areas. There are 2 foundation areas for each suit and you must build sequentially in either ascending or descending order. The topmost card on each pile can be moved onto another pile if they are of t
The object of the game is to move all of the cards from the outer piles onto the central foundation areas. There are 2 foundation areas for each suit and you must build sequentially in either ascending or descending order. The topmost card on each pile can be moved onto another pile if they are of the same suit and in ascending or descending order. For example, a 7 of clubs may be placed onto either a 6 of clubs or an 8 of clubs. Play continues until no further moves are possible, then the piles can be shuffled. You have a maximum of 3 shuffles per game. If you get stuck, you can use the hint button.
Lightning
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Rank: 96.20%
Lightning is a card game on www.flash-game.net in which you try to get rid of all your cards before the computer does. When the game starts, you can drag one card at a time from your hand at the bottom of the screen to one of the four discard piles in the middle of the screen. If the arrow under the deck is pointing up, place a card that is one value higher on top. If the arrow is pointing down, p
Lightning is a card game on www.flash-game.net in which you try to get rid of all your cards before the computer does. When the game starts, you can drag one card at a time from your hand at the bottom of the screen to one of the four discard piles in the middle of the screen. If the arrow under the deck is pointing up, place a card that is one value higher on top. If the arrow is pointing down, place a card that is one value lower on top. Going up, once you get to 13 the next match is 1. Going down from 1, the next match is 13. There are 3 special kinds of cards in the game. Wild cards can be placed on any card and any card can be placed on top of them. Red cards with the circular arrow on them will reverse the direction of the deck. Lightning cards will score you a bonus if you place them on top of other lightning cards. If the computer gets stuck, the “flip it” card will appear. You can click it to put new cards on the four discard piles. Have fun!
Solitaire
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Rank: 74.20%
The goal of Solitaire is to re-build the four colours of the card game. The board of the game is subdivided in 3 parts. At the top right, the 4 empty spaces are the location where you will have to pil
The goal of Solitaire is to re-build the four colours of the card game. The board of the game is subdivided in 3 parts. At the top right, the 4 empty spaces are the location where you will have to pile up the card of a same colour in ascending order, as in starting with the "1" and ending with the King. At the end of the game, the 4 piles shall be complete. In the middle part, there are 7 lines of hidden cards except of the top one face open. For these 7 lines, cards are piled up alternatively red/black in descending order. For exemple, if you have a "black 10" in a line and a "red 9" in another one, you can put the "red 9" on the "black 10". The advantage is that when you move a card away from a line, it discovers the one that was below it. When one of the face open cards can be put on one of the 4 piles up right, it shall be moved there. When one of the 7 lines is empty, you can re-start it by putting a King in it. In the upper left part, you have the reserver. This is a pile of hidden cards. When you are stuck with the 7 middle lines, you can take a card in the reserve. It will be discovered and place at the right of the pile. If you can use it, move it to where it is possible. If you cannot use it, it will remain beside the pile and it will be covered with the next card that you will take in the reserve. To pick up a card, click on it. To move a card, click and drag it with left mouse button pressed to where you want, then release the button. However, for the cards to be put on the 4 upper right piles, you can also simply double-click on these and they will be dropped there automatically. Small advice: Try to discover as much cards as possible from the 7 middles lines. At the begining, you have of course to search for the "1" to be able to open the 4 upper right piles. Good luck.
American Poker II
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Rank: 72.60%
Poker is a card game, the most popular of a class of games called vying games, in which players with fully or partially concealed cards make wagers into a central pot, which is awarded to the remaining player or players with the best combination of cards. Poker can also refer to video poker which is
Poker is a card game, the most popular of a class of games called vying games, in which players with fully or partially concealed cards make wagers into a central pot, which is awarded to the remaining player or players with the best combination of cards. Poker can also refer to video poker which is a single-player game seen in casinos much like a slot machine.
Speed Card
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Rank: 81.20%
Probably the fastest game of cards you?ll ever play! Try and get rid of all your cards before the computer does by placing your cards on one of the two middle piles. The value of the card must be one greater or one less than the card you drop it on. If no drops are left then click on the ?flip cards? button to swap the cards around. The faster you play, the more points you?ll get! Use the mouse to control all aspects of the game.
Probably the fastest game of cards you?ll ever play! Try and get rid of all your cards before the computer does by placing your cards on one of the two middle piles. The value of the card must be one greater or one less than the card you drop it on. If no drops are left then click on the ?flip cards? button to swap the cards around. The faster you play, the more points you?ll get! Use the mouse to control all aspects of the game.
Speed
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Rank: 80.90%
Speed, which is a skill game on www.flash-game.net. When you are playing this game, you have to play very fast, otherwise somebody else will quicker than you, you might lost your chance to giving card
Speed, which is a skill game on www.flash-game.net. When you are playing this game, you have to play very fast, otherwise somebody else will quicker than you, you might lost your chance to giving card. Speed is the rate of motion, or equivalently the rate of change in position: the distance traveled per unit of time.Speed is a scalar quantity with dimensions time; the equivalent vector quantity to speed is velocity. Speed is measured in the same physical units of measurement as velocity, but does not contain the element of direction that velocity has. Speed is thus the magnitude component of velocity.
Texas Holdem Poker
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Rank: 70.00%
Holdem is a variation of poker in which players compose the best 5 card hand using the two downcards
Holdem is a variation of poker in which players compose the best 5 card hand using the two downcards in their hand (hole cards) and the five shared community cards on the board. A player can use both hole cards, one, or none (Play the board) to make their hand. The best of any five card combination using player hole cards and the board cards determines the winner of the hand. A dealer button is used to determine the betting order and the order in which the cards are dealt. A big blind and a small blind bet after the dealer button that starts the betting.
Sexy Solitaire
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Rank: 71.60%
Solitaire or Patience is any of a family of single-player card games of a generally similar character, but varying greatly in detail. The games are generally referred to as "Patience" in British English while "solitaire" is the American English term. These games typically involve dealing cards from
Solitaire or Patience is any of a family of single-player card games of a generally similar character, but varying greatly in detail. The games are generally referred to as "Patience" in British English while "solitaire" is the American English term. These games typically involve dealing cards from a shuffled deck into a prescribed arrangement on a tabletop, from which the player attempts to reorder the deck by suit and rank through a series of moves transferring cards from one place to another under prescribed restrictions. Some games allow for the reshuffling of the deck(s), and/or the placement of cards into new or 'empty' locations. There are many different solitaire games, but the term "solitaire" is often used to refer specifically to the most well-known form, called "Klondike". Klondike and some other solitaire games have been adapted into two-player competitive games. There are a vast array of variations on the solitaire/patience theme, using either one or more decks of cards, with rules of varying complexity and skill levels. Many of these have been converted to electronic form and are available as computer games. Basic forms of Klondike solitaire and FreeCell come with every current installation of Microsoft Windows, for example, and both Windows Me and Windows XP also include a version of Spider. Many software solitaire collections can be downloaded from the internet at no charge.
Caribbean Poker
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Rank: 69.20%
Caribbean stud poker is a casino table game with rules similar to five card stud poker. However, unlike standard poker games, Caribbean stud is played against the house rather than against other players (and, like most such games, it cannot be beaten in the long run). There is no bluffing or other d
Caribbean stud poker is a casino table game with rules similar to five card stud poker. However, unlike standard poker games, Caribbean stud is played against the house rather than against other players (and, like most such games, it cannot be beaten in the long run). There is no bluffing or other deception. For these reasons, most poker players do not consider it to be a form of poker. (They do not necessarily feel that it should not be called poker, but means merely that they will not refer to it as simply "poker". For instance, a gambler might say "I played poker" if he played seven card stud, but probably would not if he played Caribbean stud.) The following rules are typical of U.S. casinos, but some of the details (the payouts and limits) vary from casino to casino. To play, every player places his ante on the layout where indicated; all ante wagers must be placed prior to the dealer announcing "No more bets". Each player and the dealer will then receive 5 cards, face down. The dealer will turn over one of his cards, then push the cards toward the players, after which the players may look at their cards. They may only look at their own cards, and may not discuss what they have with any other player at the table. Players have the option to play or fold; if they choose to play, they place their bets (twice the amount of their respective ante) in the bet box. If they choose to fold, they forfeit their ante. After all the players have made their decisions, the dealer reveals his hole cards. The dealer only plays with an ace/king or higher; he then compares his cards to the players' cards (individually, right to left), and the best poker hand wins.

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