Chinese (13 Card) Poker
Chinese Poker is played with a standard 52-card
deck. Up to four players can play.
There are also hands known as an "automatic win" and the player may declare the win by placing the stack of cards down on the table. However, the player must declare the automatic win before the hands are opened, otherwise the hands will play the way the player sets. The automatic win hands are as follows:
A Straight Flush can be used as a Straight or a Flush for bonus hands.
Improperly Set Hands
A hand is set improperly if: Any part of the three segment hands has the wrong number of cards; or, any part of the three segment hands are set out of ranking order. Any player that sets his or her hand improperly must pay four points to all of the other players.
Eastern, Western and Mandarin Bonus Points Variations
Eastern Version point awarding Variation: The play of
the poker game is the same as 13 Card Poker. In addition to the basic point system as
in 13 Card Poker, bonus systems of awarding points is used for making certain
hands in the front, middle and back positions. In addition to the basic point
system, points can be earned on bonus hands as follows: (a) Bonus point hands in
the back: (1) straight flush-five (5) points; (2) Four of a kind- four (4)
points. (b) Bonus point hand in the middle: (1) straight flush - then (10)
points; (2) Four of a kind - eight (8) points; (3) Full house - two (2) points.
(c) Bonus point hands in the front: (1) Three of a kind - three (3) points. If a
player wins two out of three hands, the player is awarded two points for their
winning hands and loses one point to his opponent for a total of one point from
that opponent. When a bonus hand is involved, the winning hand earns only the
bonus hand points.
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