Traditional Poker Games

Sit down at any of our luxurious poker tables for an exciting day of cash game action! Our room offers popular poker and card games for beginners and advanced players alike!

Traditional Poker Games Offered: 

$2 - $4 Limit, $1 - $2 No Limit, $1 - $2 PLO, $2 - $5 No Limit, $4 - $8 PLO and More

Check out our page on the Bravo App for a complete list of games currently offered.

How To Play Texas Hold’em

Texas hold ’em (also known as hold ’em or holdem) is a variation of the standard card game of poker. The game consists of two cards being dealt face down to each player and then five community cards being placed face-up by the dealer—a series of three (“the flop”) then two additional single cards (“the turn” and “the river” or “fourth and fifth street” respectively), with players having the option to check, bet, raise or fold after each deal; i.e., betting may occur prior to the flop, “on the flop”, “on the turn”, and “on the river”. 

How To Play Omaha Hold’em

Omaha hold ’em (also known as Omaha holdem or simply Omaha) is a community card poker game similar to Texas hold ’em, where each player is dealt four cards and must make his or her best hand using exactly two of them, plus exactly three of the five community cards. Omaha uses one standard 52-card French deck. Limit Omaha hold ’em 8-or-better is the “O” game featured in H.O.R.S.E.

How To Play Pineapple

A maximum of 9 players may participate at each poker table. Pineapple is dealt the same as Hold’em except each player at the table is dealt three down cards. Before the flop, each player is required to discard one card, face-down, in turn. A player must discard one of their hole cards before placing their bet. A player who discards out of turn will be held to the same rules as “action out of turn”. The dealer should verify that all players have discarded before burning and delivering the flop.  Any player who has an incorrect amount of cards will have a dead hand.  There are no exceptions to this rule. At showdown, the player can use any combination of the five board cards and their two hole cards to make the best five card hand. 

Other Poker Games To Play:
  • Seven Card Stud
  • Big “O” Poker
  • H.O.R.S.E and Other Mixed Games 

For more information, check out our Playing Guide (pdf).