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Texas Hold’em

Also known simply as Hold’em, this variation of 7-Card Stud is becoming the most popular poker game in the world. No Limit and Pot Limit Hold’em are also available at RegalPoker.com. Learn More

Omaha & Omaha Hi/Lo

Omaha is very similar to Hold’em, but has a greater chance of making bigger hands and provides for some extremely exciting games. Learn More

Blackjack

The objective of this popular table game is to accumulate cards that add up closer to 21 than that of the dealer’s cards – without going over 21. Learn More

Player Notes

If you’re like most players, and you play with the same opponents enough, you can’t help but notice quirks in their behaviour. Of course, when you’re at a physical table, you have to keep those notes in your head.

At RegalPoker.com. We provide you with Player Notes so you can track your opponents’.Just right-click an opponent’s seat and make your private notes in the text window. Click Update to save.

Buddy List

RegalPoker.com has developed the Buddy List because poker, like any social activity, is more enjoyable with friends. If you enjoy playing or communicating with certain players, you can make them a regular part of your play.

From the lobby, click Buddy List to open the Buddy List window. From there, you can add and remove buddies or join a buddy’s table.

 

If you want to learn how to play poker, don’t forget to check these articles.

How To Win On Poker
How To Select Texas Holdem Pocket Cards
How To Win Multi-Hand Blackjack?
How To Win Online Poker?
How To Win At Poker
How To Think Ahead In Poker
How To Play Speed Hold’em
How To Become A Shark Player
How To Stop Poker Tilt
How To Play Pocket Pairs
How To Use Vpip And Pfr
How To Play Short Stacked

How to Play Omaha

Posted on Tuesday, August 9th, 2016 at 4:23 am under How to play
Omaha poker is an exciting game derived from Texas Hold'em. Each player is dealt four private cards know as hole cards, which belong only to that player. Five community cards are dealt face-up on the board. In Omaha games, all players use exactly three of the community   ❱ Read More by Steve Carr
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How to play Razz (Seven Card Stud Low)

Posted on Thursday, July 28th, 2016 at 9:08 pm under How to play
Razz (Seven Card Stud, played for low only) is a poker game in which the best Ace to Five low poker hand wins the pot at showdown. In Razz, players are dealt seven cards throughout the course of the hand, but only the best five-card   ❱ Read More by Steve Carr
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How to play 2-7 (Deuce to Seven) Triple Draw

Posted on Wednesday, July 27th, 2016 at 3:04 am under How to play
2-7 (Deuce to Seven) Triple Draw Lowball is a poker game in which the low poker hand wins the pot at showdown. In other words, it is a form of ‘Lowball’. It is a ‘draw’ game, meaning that you are dealt five cards, and may discard from   ❱ Read More by Steve Carr
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How to play Courchevel Poker

Posted on Tuesday, July 26th, 2016 at 3:01 pm under How to play
Courchevel is an exciting game derived from Omaha. Each player in a Courchevel game is dealt five private cards (‘hole cards’) that belong only to that player. Five community cards are then dealt face-up on the ‘board’. All players use exactly two cards from their five hole cards   ❱ Read More by Steve Carr
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