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(Unfortunately, we have had a bad experience with Pacific Poker and now redirect to Party Poker. If you are from the US then please visit Americas Cardroom to play online!)

Enjoy live poker from the comfort of your own home. Pacific Poker offers the possibility of joining thousands of online players from all over the world for a great game of poker.

The download of the poker software is free and easy. There is also a quick play 'no download' available. Pacific Poker offers a Free Poker School where you can learn the ins and outs of the poker games.

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How to play the Pacific Poker.com Games?

Texas Holdem

The players are dealt two cards face down. There are 5 cards on the table. The first round of calling, raising or folding starts with the player left of the big blind.

In the second round, the dealer turns over 3 cards (flop cards). In this betting round a player can choose to check (not to bet or fold) when there has been no betting in front of him.

The third round of betting. The dealer turns over the fourth card on the table.

The final round of betting. The dealer turns over the last card on the table. The remaining players show their cards and the best poker hand wins the pot. The best hand is made from the player's 2 cards and the 5 cards on the table.

Omaha Poker

The players are dealt 4 cards face down. The first round of calling, raising or folding starts with the player left of the big blind.

In the second round of betting, the dealer turns over 3 cards (flop cards). A player can now choose to check (not to bet or fold) when there has been no betting in front of him.

The third round of betting. The dealer turns over the fourth card on the table.

The dealer turns over the last card on the table in the final round of betting. The player that has the best poker hand made of 2 of the down cards and 3 of the table cards wins the pot.

7 Card Stud Poker

The players are dealt 3 cards. Two cards face down and one card face up. The first round of calling, raising or folding starts with the player holding the lowest face up card.

In the second round of betting every player is dealt another face up card. The highest hand showing starts with betting or checking.

Players are dealt another face up card in the third and fourth betting rounds. Always the player with the highest hand showing may start betting.

The remaining players are dealt the last poker card face down in the fifth and last betting round.

The best hand (any 5 cards of the 7 cards dealt) wins the pot.

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