Governor of Poker 3
Governor of Poker 3 is a fun multiplayer poker game. Start out with $30,ooo as you travel from town to town trying to test your luck and win it all.
Texas Hold’em is played with a standard deck of 52 cards. The object of the game is to make the best possible five-card poker hand using any combination of the two card’s in a player’s hand (known as the “hole cards”) and the five community cards that the dealer places in the middle of the table, which can be used by all players. The standard hand rankings are used, as follows (from best to worst):
- Straight Flush: Any five cards of the same suit and consecutive rank; the best of these hands, AKQJT of a single suit, is known as a Royal Flush. For these and regular straights, aces may be played as high or low cards.
- Four of a Kind: Any four cards of the same rank.
- Full House: Any three cards from a single rank combined with a pair from a different rank (i.e., TTT55).
- Flush: Any five cards of the same suit.
- Straight: Any five cards of consecutive ranks (i.e., 34567).
- Three of a Kind: Any three cards of the same rank.
- Two Pair: Any two pairs of cards from the same ranks (ie, 5599A).
- One Pair: Any two cards of the same rank.
- High Card: Hands that do not fit any of the above categories are ranked based on the highest card in their hand (aces are high), then by the second highest card, and so on.
Let’s look at these poker hand rankings again visually.
Typically, a game of Texas Hold’em will be played with anywhere from two to ten players at a table. Games with more players are possible, since each player only needs two cards for themselves, but games with more than 11 players at a single table are rare.
Games of Texas Hold’em may be played with many different betting structures. Common ones include Limit Hold’em, where the amount a player may bet is set by the rules of the game, and No Limit Hold’em, where players are free to bet as much of the money they have at the table as they wish at any time. Other structures include Pot Limit Hold’em and Spread Limit Hold’em.
As Always, Good Luck and Have Fun.