This is Poker in the 3rd Dimension. Triple Topper is a 3 dimensional (3 variable) card game. Pokem is 3D poker. It's a free card game. Play something similar to Texas Hold Em, Five Card Draw, Seven Card Stud, or other Poker variations you fancy. Click here or scroll down to read more info or click on a link below. Pokem rules updated February 26, 2011

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Welcome, to Triple Topper!

Updated August 18, 2016

Object: Rate your hand and bet on it to make yourself the richest person in the group.

Here are the basic rules for Poker hands. You can play any version of Triple Topper Poke’m: This is the best version which doesn’™t need to be an expert to figure out how good your hand is. Other Version of Poke’™m and extra wrinkles listed below.

Basic Terms:

Five-of-a-kind: 5 cards with the same variable value, like 5 reds, or 5 circles, or 5 one's.

One-of-each: 5 cards that have one of each of the 5 variables of the same type, like 1,2,3,4, and ? or one of each color, or suit.

Being Organized (or an x-le-Perfect): Having either a five-of-a-kind or a one-of-each-of-five in one or more variables in the same 5 cards. like a 1,2,3,4,? of all hearts of at least 2 colors and up to 4 colors is being organized in 2 variables, or a Double Perfect. The best hand is a Triple Perfect

Rating the Hands:

1. TRIPLE PERFECT. First tiebreaker is number of 5’s of a kind, as opposed to one’™s of each. Second tiebreaker is the poker Rank of the numbers, with Triple Perfect quints beating Triple Perfect straight. then the quintuplicated value is taken so five 4’™s beat 5 3’™s. IF still tied pot is split, because colors and suits have no value in the modern version.

2. DOUBLE PERFECT: First tiebreaker is number of 5’™s of a kind, as opposed to one'™s of each. Second tiebreaker is the poker Rank of the numbers except one-of-each beats quads in this case of a double perfect. Then as the next tiebreaker, the numeric value is taken according to the type of hand listed below in the appropriate IMPERFCET tiebreakers, but remember the nature of the double perfect must be maintained. IF still tied pot is split, because colors and suits have no value in the modern version.

3. IMPERFECTS: Look at the highest ranking "poker hand" (other than ones checked before). In this version, check the rank of the number combination, then the number rank comparisons. For the purposes of this version, a single perfect is not the next automatic category. It'™s considered an imperfect. Combinations are listed from high to low as follows:

a. QUINT NUMBERS -> tiebreaker is rank of common matching number. If still tied, the poker rank of the higher combination of either color or suit is taken so 3 of a suit beats 2 pairs and a kicker suit. It'™s your higher vs. their higher so they may not correspond. If still tied the poker rank of the other non-number combination. Then if still tied, because the colors and suits have no relative value, then pot is split.

b. FLUSH (quint colors, or quint suits) -> Compare rank of poker hands based on the numbers (Full House beating 2 pairs, etc.) while still maintaining the nature of the flush, then compare the poker rank of the other non-flush helper variable (if you have 5 colors, compare the suits)

c 4 OF A KIND FLASH (4 of a kind in numbers with one of each color or suit) -> tiebreaker broken by quadruplicated rank in number, then if still tied, the kicker in number. all while still maintaining the Flash. Then compare the poker rank of the other non-flash helper variable (if you have one of each color, compare the suits), Then if still tied, pot is split.

d. 4 OF A KIND. -> Tiebreaker same as 4 of a kind flash, except there is no maintenance of a flash to worry about.

e. STRAIGHT (one of each number) -> If tied the poker rank of the higher combination of either color or suit is taken so 3 of a suit beats 2 pairs and a kicker suit. It'™s your higher vs. their higher so they may not correspond. If still tied the poker rank of the other non-number combination. Then if still tied, because the colors and suits have no relative value, then pot is split.

f. FLASH (one of each color or suit with numbers less than above) -> Tiebreaker is poker rank from below while maintaining the flash, then tiebreakers within each category as below, except the character of the flash must be maintained. Then compare the poker rank of the other non-flash helper variable (if you have one of each color, compare the suits), Then if still tied, pot is split.

g. FULL HOUSE (3 of one kind, and 2 of another in the numbers (3 ones, and 2 threes.)) -> In case of a tie, higher triplicated value wins. IF still tied, higher paired value wins. *

h. 3 OF A KIND. -> In case of a tie, higher triplicated value wins. If still tied, highest single kicker. If still tied, highest second kicker. *

i. 2 PAIR (of numbers like 2 3'™s and 2 1'™s) -> If tied, highest high ranked pair. If still tied, Highest Second Pair. If still tied, highest number kicker. *

j. PAIR OF NUMBERS -> If tied highest rank pair wins. If still tied, compare ranks of the 3 kickers from high to low individually. Eliminate people when their kickers fall below the leader. *

High card is not listed because a high card is really a one-of-each and the lowest possible hand is a pair.

* = If still tied, compare the higher of the helper variable combinations (3 reds beat 2 reds and 2 greens and a 2 circles and 2 hearts. The value of the stated hand in all examples must be preserved. IF still tied at his point, pot is split becuase the value of the colors and suits are only in their combination and not ranked for value based on individual colors or suits.

Online Casino Review

If you know the hands and their ranks, the only thing you have to know is how to play and bet in a particular poker variation. My rules page won't discuss it, but you can read general rules of Poker or specific rules of specific Poker games is any search engine searching "Poker Rules" and "Poker Hand Ranks", and you can find more specific variations. Remember Poker is almost like a game system in itself. Many local places have various local rules. Before Texas Hold Em became the de facto standard on TV, most games were dealer's choice, meaning the dealer of that particular hand either names a common common game, or describes a game in terms of an ordered list containing numbers of up cards, down cards, and community cards dealt, and actions like discarding, trading, exposing and otherwise manipulating cards, as well as betting and the showdown. (where all cards go face up, and a winner is figured.). If dealer's choice is allowed, you should clear up any special rules. (example, with regular cards, with a choice of 1 face card rank [with the choice being made after the first 5 cards are looked at] and lowest number in your hand being wild, is J,J,J,2,2 Five Aces? I once tried to declare that, but they said, no that's 5 Jacks. (Well if One Face card rank is wild, and your low card is wild, then isn't this 5 wilds, therefore 5 aces? Luckily, someone didn't have 5 Queens, 5 Kings, or 5 Aces, so it didn't matter.)

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