Omaha is very similar to to Hold'em, but has a greater chance of making bigger hands and provides for some extremely exciting games. Read more »
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. Read more »
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If you're like most players, and you play with the same opponents enough, you can't help but notice quirks in their behavior. That woman opposite me always plays the nuts. Isn't the guy on 3rd base bluffing far too often? Of course, when you're at a physical table, you have to keep those notes in your head
But not at PayNoRake.com. We're proud to announce updated Player Notes. Now you can track how your opponents play, and not worry about them looking at you funny.
Just right-click an opponent's seat, and make your private notes in the text window. Click Update to save.
Any social activity is more enjoyable with friends, so PayNoRake.com developed the Buddy List. 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.
Deuces are never wild at PayNoRake.com, but on the Big 2 Poker tables they're high. In this Asian game whose popularity is spreading like wildfire, the object is to lose cards (and gain chips) as quickly as possible.
In Guts Poker, players ante and are dealt 3 cards. Each then has two options: stay in or fold. Of those who stay in, the winning poker hand takes the pot. All losing hands must match the pot as their next ante.
In the Survivor Variation of Guts Poker, it is only the lowest losing hand that must match the final pot as his/her next ante.
Ever wished you could play multiple hands at the same table? With Chinese Poker, you will. Create three simultaneous hands, do battle with your opponents, and you can walk away with big winnings.
For years the most popular poker game anywhere. In private homes, it is still the "King" of all poker games.
Pan, or Panguingue, is especially popular in California and South Florida, and now, through the magic of the internet, around the world.