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Dear Players,

With the introduction of new leagues on March 23rd we will also be changing our terms of service for league games.
In an effort to curb abuses from cheaters and "flamers" a PRO account will now be required to enter league games.
Despite the relatively small number of these players we decided that actions must be taken to ensure a fun and rewarding experience for the vast majority of players.

The community has called for the introduction of PRO leagues and we have decided to answer that call. Enjoy the games!
Strip Poker
Strip Poker


The goal of the game is to steal your opponent blind and get naked his/her figure. The rules are according to classic Five Card Draw Poker. The game runs through several rounds. Each round, 5 cards are dealt to both players. After the first obligatory bet, both the players may increase their bets. When all the first bets are seen, cards change happens - an arbitrary number of cards can be changed (0-5). The next bets runs the same way as the first bets. When the next bets are seen, the cards are exposed and bets settled up. The winner is the player with a better combination of cards (see scoring).

The first obligatory bet in the first round is 1 chip; the maximal increase is 5 chips. Both the values are increasing every round by 1 unit so that e.g. there is obligatory bet 2 chips in the second round and the maximal increase is 6 chips.

A player may fold cards during both bets. Accordingly, the game round is untimely finished.

Warning: Figures are completely naked only after 10:00 PM and/or to those players who have their age above 18 years set up.


Click on Add (>) or Take Away (<) buttons on the left side of table to make a bet. Click once to add/take away a number of chips equal to the current round number e.g., in the third round you add/take away three chips. The second player in the order sees it first. Double click on the Bet (>) button to bet the maximum permissible number of chips for the given round; double click on the Take Away (<) button to take away all the currently bet chips.
When changing cards, click on those you want to change. The selected cards will turn over and show their backs.
If you bet as well as change cards, you need to end your turn by clicking on the Play button in the lower-right part of the window. Click on the pink button on the left side to fold.
Click on the black button to display the help menu with an overview of card combinations. The current player's combination is marked with a yellow circle.


At the end of every round, 5 cards producing the best combination are selected at both players and compared in the following order:Royal Flush - the highest possible combination. Ace, K, Q, J, 10 of the same suit.Straight Flush - five cards of the same suit in sequence.Four of a Kind - four cards of the same rank.Full House - three cards of the same rank, two cards of another rank (the rank of three cards determines which is higher).Flush - five cards of the same suit. Odds of 1 to 510.Straight - five cards of mixed suits in sequence.Three of a Kind - three cards of the same rank and another two cards.Two Pairs - two pairs, each consists of two cards of the same rank.One Pair - one pair that consists of two cards of the same rank.High Card - five cards that do not form any combination above. A card with the highest rank compares with the highest rank of opponent's hand.

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