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Expalin the Badugi Triple Draw Poker?
How to play Badugi Triple Draw Poker game?
What is the rules of Badugi Triple Draw Poker game?

Jan 25th, 2008 02:09
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Badugi is a four card version of triple draw, lowball poker where you
must try to have one card of each suit, and no pairs. If you are holding
four different cards of four different suits then you are holding a Badugi!
Badugi uses the same blind (forced bet) structure of other poker games,
with the two players to the left of the dealer paying the small and the
big blind respectively.
Each player is dealt four cards and play begins with the player left of
the big blind and continues in a clockwise direction.
Each player has 3 options, at this stage, fold their hand, call the big
blind (bet equal to the big blind) or raise (bet a higher amount). Once
all players have acted, all players remaining in the hand can then
discard any number of cards in their hand, and be dealt new cards.
Players can of course keep all their cards in any round if they are
confident of the cards they hold. If a player draws no cards in one
round they can still draw in subsequent rounds if they feel they need to
improve their hand.
After the first round players again have three options, they can check,
bet or fold. If 1 player bets all other players have to equal that bet
amount or fold before the next draw takes place.
There is then a third betting round which is followed by a final draw.
After the final draw there is a final betting round which is followed by
a showdown.
At the showdown the player with the lowest badugi wins, A-2-3-4 all
different suits is the best hand.
If no player has a badugi (ie they have a pair or they have 2 cards of
the same suit) then one card of their pair or same suit doesn't count so
player with the best three or two card hand wins. So 5-6-9-K beats
A-2-3-3 and 6-7-7-8 beats A-A-2-2.
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