Dice Duel

Conditions to Win : Get all the Poker points (or whatever we're betting with).

How To Play : First off, under your name you'll see two numbers. The first number is the current amount of points (or chips?) you have. The second number will be what you are betting. Off to the right, you'll see "Pot." In poker, you'll be betting your points, and all bets go to this pot. Whoever wins the hand takes the pot.

Now, there will always be money in the pot from the blind (the dude who has no choice but to put money in the pot. This way, all turns will reward money). Each one takes turns being the blind.

Each person playing will either have to meet the offer by offering the same amount of points, bet more than the blind, or drop out. If you bet over it, then everyone else will either have to meet it, go over it, or drop out. If anyone bets more, this chain will continue. If you drop out, you fold for the turn and everything you bet stays in the pot.

Now, from the start of the game, everyone has two private cards. After the first turn, three cards are dealt and shown on the right hand side. Everyone can see this. After these three cards, one card is dealt per turn until there are five cards on the right. The point, now, is to make bets on the strength of your cards. Basically, make combinations with your two cards and the cards on the right, but remember that everyone else is using the cards on the right (so if there's a pair on the right hand side…that means everyone has a pair, at least, lol…)

The following lists the combinations, the most powerful being at the bottom and the weakest at the top.

High Card : This is if you don't have any of the combinations below this one. Basically, it'll only count the highest card in your hand. This is entirely based on card rankings. The card rankings go (from highest to lowest): Ace, King, Queen, Jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, and 2. All suits are equal.

Pair : Two of any card. (E.G. 10 and 10 OR ace and ace.) If two or more players have a pair, the higher ranked pair wins.

Two Pair : Two pairs of any card (E.G. Having both two 10's and two aces). In a tie, the player with a higher ranked pair wins.

Three of a kind : Three of any card (E.G. 10, 10, and 10, OR ace, ace, and ace.)

Straight : Having five cards in order (E.G. 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack). If two or more players have a straight, the higher ranking card at the end of the series wins (E.G. 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack > 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.)

Note that you can do such things like Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5 and even Jack, Queen, King, Ace, 2. However, the series that ends with the higher ranked card wins.

Flush : Having five cards of the same suit. The suits are red heart, red diamonds, black spades, and black clubs. The clubs look like flowers, like a fleur de lis…(E.G. 6 of Hearts, Jack of Hearts, Ace of Hearts, 9 of Hearts, and 2 of Hearts). If two or more players have a flush, the player with the highest ranked card wins.

Full House : Having a three of a kind and a two pair (E.G. two 4's and 3 Jacks). If there is a tie, the highest ranking three of a kind wins.

Four of a Kind : Having four of one card (E.G. Jack, Jack, Jack, and Jack - remember that there are only four suits, so you'd have all the Jacks in the deck, in this case.) If there is a tie, then the higher ranked four of a kind wins.

Straight Flush : This is a combination of the Straight and a Flush, meaning having a series of 5 that all belong to the same suit. (E.G. 5 of spades, 6 of spades, 7 of spades, 8 of spades, and 9 of spades.) In case of a tie, the higher ranked last card in the series wins.

Royal Flush : A straight Flush ending with an ace (E.G. 10 of spades, jack of spades, queen of spades, king of spades, and ace of spades). Note that this must always start with a 10 to be accomplished. I actually don't know what would happen if two or more players got royal flushes. The pot would most likely be divided.

And, there's Poker for ya =)

THE ONLY DISCLAIMER THAT I WILL BOTHER TO PUT IN HERE BECAUSE I WOULD PROBABLY OVERDO IT ANY OTHER WAY: I'm pretty sure I messed up the last two games >.< If I get bored, I'll take screenshots of certain games that are difficult to understand (the last two games, in my opinion). If you get lost playing a game, don't yell at me because I didn't explain it well enough.

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