5 Card Draw
5 Card Draw is a classic draw-style poker game. Play by holding and discarding cards, replacing the latter with fresh cards from the deck.
HORSE stands for Hold’em, Omaha Hi/Lo, Razz, Stud and Eight-or-Better (Stud Hi/Lo). Ideal if you want to practice or play a range of different games, it switches between the different formats round to round.
A great lowball alternative to the classic 7 Card Stud, Razz offers the same concept and flow – just with lowball hand rankings.
2-7 Triple Draw
In this variant, all players are dealt a unique five card hand. You have three tries to make the best low hand in 2-7 Triple Draw.
Rather than being dealt four hole-cards, players instead receive five in 5-Card Omaha – as the name suggests. You can still only use two to make your hand, but the number of possibilities shoot up.
An intriguing option among the draw and lowball styles of poker, Badugi is a very unique game. The draw usually occurs three times and happens before the betting round.
Another somewhat unique choice, players of Chinese Poker draw 13 cards initially. Your aim is to make the highest ranked holdings, by dividing your 13 cards into three different poker hands.
Action packed and fast paced, Short Deck can be played in both cash games and tournament format. Deuces, threes, fours and fives are all removed from the deck, leaving a total of 36 higher-value cards.