Super Holdem

Crazy Pineapple Poker is a variation of Texas Hold’em, where you are dealt three hole cards instead of only two like in Texas Hold’em. After the second betting round on the flop, you must muck one of these three cards. Several variations of Crazy Pineapple Poker exist. In all these variations of Crazy Pineapple Poker the players are dealt three hole cards. However, there are differences for when to muck the third card and in the rules about the strength of the hands.

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Pineapple Poker

Pineapple Poker is played exactly like the “crazy” version with the difference that one of the three hole cards must be mucked already pre-flop before the first round of betting. Besides this, this variant is played exactly the same way as Texas Hold’em and is especially suitable for amateur players who want to spice up their home games with a small variation of Texas Hold’em.

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Lazy Pineapple Poker (Hold’em Tahoe)

Lazy Pineapple Poker (also known as Tahoe hold’em) is played exactly the same way as Crazy Pineapple besides the fact that you don’t have to muck one of the three hole cards at all. Keep in mind that the rules for determining the best hand are still the same as in Texas Hold’em: none, one or two hole cards may be used to define the combination of the five strongest cards. You are not allowed to used all three hole cards at showdown.

Super Hold’em

Just like in Lazy Pineapple Poker, in Super Hold’em you keep all three cards until showdown. The difference is that you may use up to all three hole cards when determining the best hand.

Hi-Lo (8 or better)

The variations of Crazy Pineapple Poker described above can also be used with High / Low (hi/lo), and “eight or better” (8/b) rules. You may know these rules for defining the winner at showdown from Omaha hi/lo. The way the poker game is played remains the same, but with 8/b you may have one or several players winning/splitting the pot.

A low hand is a hand with card values of “8” or lower. The ace is counted as a 1. If at least one player has a low hand then the pot is split between the player with the highest hand and the player with the best low hand. If more than one player has a low hand, then the one with the lowest high card wins. Example: A player with ace-3-5-6-8 is losing against a player with 2-3-4-6-7.

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RULES OF PLAY

  1. To begin, players must make equal wagers on the ANTE and the X-TRA BONUS. The players can make an optional PLAYER and/or DEALER BONUS wagers for any amount within table limits.
  2. The Dealer will then deal two sets of 2-cards face up. The “HIGHER” of the two hands will be assigned to the PLAYERS, while the “LOWEST” of the two hands will be assigned to the DEALER
    • The rank of the 2-cards is only considered to be a Pair and the rank of the cards if not a Pair. If the two hands are identical in rank, but one is suited and the other not suited, the suited hand will be given to the Player and the other hand given to the Dealer.
      • No preference is given to opening hands that are identical ranks and both are unsuited, or both are suited.
  3. Players then make a choice:
    • Check (do nothing); or
    • Make a PLAY wager equal to 2x their ANTE.
      • Once players wager, they cannot wager again, and they cannot change their wager.
  4. The Players and Dealer will each receive five cards all face down.
      • Dealer five cards will remain face down until all bets have been made or folded.
  5. Once the Players have reviewed their hand, and have not yet made a PLAY wager have a choice:
    • Fold, and forfeit the ANTE and X-TRA BONUS wager, (DEALER/PLAYER BONUS wagers, if any, will still have action)
      • If folded, tuck cards under the DEALER BONUS wager.
    • Make a PLAY wager of 1x the ANTE
  6. The dealer then reveals their five-card hand and the player and dealer will then make their best possible five card hand using one, two or none of the community cards assigned to the Players or Dealer.
    • The Dealer needs “ANY PAIR” to qualify.
      • When the dealer doesn’t qualify, the ANTE is returned to the player. The player must beat the dealer to win the PLAY wager and X-TRA BONUS wager.

WINNING AND LOSING

Super Holdem

  1. First, the PLAYER and DEALER BONUS (Optional) wagers are resolved, by comparing the player’s and dealers final five card hand to the posted paytable. See posted paytable.
  2. Next, the ANTE wager is resolved as follows:
    • If the Dealer’s has a qualifying hand (Any Pair or better) and beats the Player’s hand, the ANTE wager loses, and is collected.
    • If the Player’s hand beats the Dealer’s hand, and the Dealer’s hand qualified with a (Any Pair or better), the Ante wager wins, and is paid even money.
    • If the Dealer’s has a qualifying hand (Any Pair or better) has tied the Player’s hand, the ANTE wager pushes.
    • If the Dealer’s does not qualify (Any Pair or better) the Player’s hand ANTE wager pushes.
  3. Next, the X-TRA BONUS is resolved as follows:
    • If the Dealer’s hand beats the Player’s hand, the X-TRA BONUS wager loses, and is collected.
    • If the Dealer’s hand has tied the Player’s hand, the X-TRA BONUS wager pushes.
    • If the Player’s hand beats the Dealer’s hand, the X-TRA BONUS wager is paid according to the paytable. See posted paytable.
  4. Finally, the PLAY wager is revolved as follows:
    • If the Dealer’s hand beats the Player’s hand, the PLAY wager loses, and is collected.
    • If the Dealer’s hand has tied the Player’s hand, the PLAY wager pushes.
    • If the Player’s hand beats the Dealer’s hand, the PLAY wager wins, and is paid even money.

Super Hold'em Rules

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