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Welcome to TonyBet Poker, the home of traditional Texas Hold'em and Open Face Chinese games!

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GAME RULES

Pineapple Open Face Chinese poker, the most popular OFC variation is derived from the standard OFC featuring Fantasy Land.

Just as in regular Open Face Chinese poker, players get several cards in turns, and place them face-up before setting a 13-card hand, consisting of the top, middle, and bottom rows, of three, five, and five cards, respectively. The game begins with the players setting their first five cards each before the pineapple part kicks in.

The first five cards are placed just like in the regular OFC, but then players are dealt three cards instead of just one at a time. Each player can then use only two of their three cards in any of the rows before discarding the third one face-down.
Texas Hold'em Rules
Join in the fun! Texas Hold’em is one of the most popular types of poker in the world and it’s played with a standard 52-card deck that gets shuffled before each hand.

First, each player gets dealt two-hole cards. That is followed by three rounds of community cards that are dealt face up and bets are placed after every round. The best five card hand, formed from the selection of the two hole and the five community cards, wins!
Every hand begins with a small blind, a big blind, and a round of betting. The exact rules for the betting change slightly in Limit, Pot Limit, and No Limit games.

The first three community cards are called the Flop, and they are dealt after the first round of betting. Another round of betting follows, and then the Turn – the fourth community card - is dealt. After the third round of betting, the last community card, called the River is dealt and it is followed by the final round of betting. Whoever has the best hand by now is the winner!

The small and the big blinds are forced bets, and the clockwise-rotating button decides who has to place them. Every player then has to either call the big blind, raise, or fold.

The minimum bet: in Pot Limit Hold’em is the same as the size of the big blind, but the players can always bet up to the size of the pot.

Minimum raise: The smallest possible raise must be equal to the previous bet or raise in the same round. For example, if the first player to act bets €5, then the second player must raise a minimum of €5 (making the total bet €10).

Maximum raise: The biggest possible raise equals the size of the pot. The latter is defined as the total of the active pot, plus all the bets on the table, plus the amount the active player must first call before raising.

Example: If the size of the pot is €100, and there is no previous action on a particular betting round, a player may bet a maximum of €100. After that bet, the action moves to the next player clockwise. That player can either fold, call €100, or raise any amount between the minimum (€100 more) and the maximum. The maximum bet in this case is €400 - the raiser would first call €100, bringing the pot size to €300, and then raise €300 more, making a total bet of €400.

In Pot Limit Hold’em, there is no cap on the number of raises allowed.
In No Limit Hold‘em, a bet must not be smaller than the required minimum. However, the only upper limit is the amount of chips that the player has in front of them. Just like in the Pot Limit Hold‘em, a €5/€10 No Limit will have the blinds at €5 and €10.

In Tournament Hold‘em, there are certain time frames by which the increments to the blinds are made. Normally, Texas Hold‘em does not have ante bets, but in tournaments the antes will be added in the later rounds and their size will be decided by the appropriate betting limits.

Hand rankings
The key to any poker game and its variations is knowing the hand rankings. Of course, you can always bring a cheat sheet to the game, but that will just give you away.

Royal flush is the ace, king, queen, jack and ten of any suits. A royal flush is an unbeatable hand.
Straight Flush: Five suited cards in sequence. Highest rank at the top of the sequence wins when players tie.

Four of a Kind: Four cards of the same rank, and one side card (kicker). Highest-ranking Four of a Kind breaks a tie.

Full House: Three cards of the same rank, and two cards of a different, matching rank. Full House with the highest ranking three cards breaks a tie.

Flush: Five suited cards. If multiple players have a flush, subsequent card rankings will be used, one at a time, to determine the winner. If all five cards are identical, the pot will be split. The suit itself is never used to break a tie in poker.

Straight: Five cards in sequence. Highest-ranking card at the top of the sequence breaks the tie. Note: The Ace is the only card that may be used at the top or bottom of the sequence. A, K, Q, J, T is the highest (Ace high) straight; A,2,3,4,5 is the lowest (Five high) straight.

Three of a kind: Three cards of the same rank, and two unrelated side cards. Highest ranking three of a kind breaks a tie.

Two pair: Two matched-rank cards, two different matched-rank cards, and one side card. Highest pair breaks a tie. The second pair or side card will break a tie if certain cards are identical.

One pair: Two matched-rank cards, and three unrelated side cards. Highest pair breaks a tie. The player with the first superior side card will break a tie if pairs are identical.

High card: Any hand that does not qualify under a category listed above. In the event of a tie: Highest card breaks a tie. If first cards are identical, the first superior card wins the game.

Omaha Rules
Omaha is a type of a Hold‘em poker game, albeit with a few differences. You will be playing with four hole cards instead of two, and as per usual, a standard 52 card deck is used and shuffled before each hand.

Your goal is to form the best five card hand. However, it is important to note that to form it, you must use exactly two of your hole cards and three of the board cards and this ratio cannot be modified in any way. You will find that the betting and the blinds are the same as in Hold‘em.

Every hand begins with the players getting dealt four hole cards each. There‘s a round of betting, and the small and the big blinds.

The minimum bet in Pot Limit Omaha is the same as the size of the big blind, but the players can always bet up to the size of the pot.

Minimum raise: The smallest possible raise must be equal to the previous bet or raise in the same round. For example, if the first player to act bets €5, then the second player must raise a minimum of €5 (making the total bet €10).

Maximum raise: The biggest possible raise equals the size of the pot. The latter is defined as the total of the active pot, plus all the bets on the table, plus the amount the active player must first call before raising.

Example: If the size of the pot is €100, and there is no previous action on a particular betting round, a player may bet a maximum of €100. After that bet, the action moves to the next player clockwise. That player can either fold, call €100, or raise any amount between the minimum (€100 more) and the maximum. The maximum bet in this case is €400 - the raiser would first call €100, bringing the pot size to €300, and then raise €300 more, making a total bet of €400.

In Pot Limit Omaha, there is no cap on the number of raises allowed.
After the first round of betting, just like in Hold’em, the Flop consisting of three cards is put out, followed by another round of betting. All raises in the following rounds follow the previous example.

The fourth board card is dealt, called the Turn and followed by a round of betting. The fifth card – the River – is then dealt, followed by the last round of betting. The winner is whoever has the best five card hand, which must be a combination of two cards from the individual player’s hand and three cards from the board. An example would be that if your hand is Ah Kc Qc Jc and on the board, you have 3h 4h 5h 6h 7h, the best possible hand in your case is Ah Kc 7h 6h 5h.

Hand rankings
The key to any poker game and its variations is knowing the hand rankings. Of course, you can always bring a cheat sheet to the game, but that will just give you away.

Royal flush is the ace, king, queen, jack and ten of any suit. A royal flush is an unbeatable hand. Straight Flush: Five suited cards in sequence. Highest rank at the top of the sequence wins when players tie.

Four of a Kind: Four cards of the same rank, and one side card (kicker). Highest-ranking Four of a Kind breaks a tie.

Full House: Three cards of the same rank, and two cards of a different, matching rank. Full House with the highest ranking three cards breaks a tie.

Flush: Five suited cards. If multiple players have a flush, subsequent card rankings will be used, one at a time, to determine the winner. If all five cards are identical, the pot will be split. The suit itself is never used to break a tie in poker.

Straight: Five cards in sequence. Highest-ranking card at the top of the sequence breaks the tie. Note: The Ace is the only card that may be used at the top or bottom of the sequence. A,K,Q,J,T is the highest (Ace high) straight; A,2,3,4,5 is the lowest (Five high) straight.

Three of a kind: Three cards of the same rank, and two unrelated side cards. Highest ranking three of a kind breaks a tie.

Two pair: Two matched-rank cards, two different matched-rank cards, and one side card. Highest pair breaks a tie. The second pair or side card will break a tie if certain cards are identical.

One pair: Two matched-rank cards, and three unrelated side cards. Highest pair breaks a tie. The player with the first superior side card will break a tie if pairs are identical.

High card: Any hand that does not qualify under a category listed above. In the event of a tie: Highest card breaks a tie. If first cards are identical, the first superior card wins the game.

Tournament Rules
Just like the regular poker tournaments, OFC tournaments are a fun and venturesome way to boost your bankroll. Test your skills at the Tonybet OFC poker tables, beat the competition and turn your buy-in into a respectable bankroll.

Tonybet Poker holds the biggest online Open Face Chinese poker events featuring guaranteed prizes up to €5,000 as well as the only online OFC poker series.

Specific Game Rules The game of Open Face Chinese Poker may seem a little complicated at first, but once you start playing, everything falls into its place. It’s true that the game has its subtleties, but they’re not hard to break for those with at least some poker experience. However, the newbies appear to get the grip of OFC pretty fast as well.

OFC Poker Rules
So you’re ready to experience the latest trend in poker yourself. Good luck on your journey to Open Face Chinese Poker stardom! But before you dive into Online OFC action, there are a couple of things you should learn. The general game rules will guide you through the basics of the game which are actually much easier to grasp than it may appear at first.

Poker Rake • As a host, Tonybet Poker applies a Commission Charge ("Rake") to each poker game. At the cash game tables every hand is raked in Euros. • Rake is calculated from the amount in the pot at the end of each hand. • No rake is charged if action finishes before the flop. • Pot-Limit Omaha and No-Limit Hold’em cash games are raked at 5% after the flop. • For each pot, the rake is calculated in function of each player’s contribution to the pot.

Example: Player A puts €2 to the pot, Player B puts €3 to the pot. The total pot is €5. 5% rake from this pot is €0.25. Player A pays 40% rake - €0.1 and player B pays 60% rake - €0.15.

All Tonybet players are elagible for Rakeback.
Tonybet Poker reserves the right to reduce the rake on certain tables. Tonybet Poker caps the rake at €4 on all limits.

OFC Rake
Below you can find the complete Tonybet OFC Poker rake rules:

1. All cash games, Sit and Go and Multitable tournaments are subject to rake. 2. Rake in Sit and Go and multi-table tournaments is paid along with the tournament buy-in, while in cash games it's deducted from every hand played. 3. Rake is calculated from the player’s win amount. 4. Only the player who wins the hand pays rake. 5. Total rake amount for each player is calculated at the end of the set. 6. When a player is all-in their rake is cancelled at the end of the set. 7. Each player is allocated an equal share of the rake in each pot for bonus clearing purposes, regardless of their result in the hand.

Account Rules
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ACCOUNT RULES

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UNFAIR PLAY

• Collusion, defined as two or more players working together to gain an unfair advantage over other players, is strictly prohibited.
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• If you are involved in staking, swaps, profit-sharing, or any bankroll sharing agreement with another player, you may not play at the same cash game table or in the same Sit & Go tournament as that player.
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• Using prohibited software programs while signed on to TonybetPoker warrants player expulsion or other sanctions. Our list of prohibited programs may be amended at any time without notice.
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CHAT FUNCTION

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• Only English-language chat is acceptable, with the exception of Anglicized and recognized poker terms and words such as “merci.”
• People who chat in a way that violates public decorum risk sanctions from TonybetPoker. Follow this rule: If you would say it in a face-to-face poker game and would expect trouble, don’t say it.
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• Report any problem chat immediately to [email protected] Tonybetpoker may suspend the chat privileges of rule violators.

ACCOUNT SECURITY

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SECURITY & PRIVACY

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CHOOSING A SAFE PASSWORD
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SECURITY IN MONETARY TRANSACTIONS

TRANSFERRING MONEY
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PAYING OUT TO YOU
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TRANSACTION SECURITY

PROCESSING PAYMENTS
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YOUR DETAILS
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BUILT-IN PROTECTION FROM YOUR CARD PROVIDER
• The “Card not present” transactions are automatically protected by your credit card provider. You have the right to dispute a transaction if you believe your card has been used fraudulently. To provide you with extra security on your online transactions, we also support online authentication protocols, Verified by Visa and MasterCard SecureCode.

PROHIBITED SOFTWARE
The following tools and services are taboo. The TonybetPoker application will block your play when you have these applications opened while playing OFC: Playwarren

If you suspect any player of using a prohibited program, please send an email to [email protected] and we will investigate.

MISCELLANEOUS
• All Tonybetpoker games use a standard 52-card poker deck It is shuffled before the start of each hand and every time a new round of cards is dealt.
• The Cardroom Rules are intended to complement the Terms and Conditions, not replace them. Rule discrepancies will be resolved by giving certain rules precedence, as follows:
a) CardRoom Rules vs. Terms and Conditions (T & C): T & C Precedence
b) CardRoom Rules vs. Tournament Rules: Tournament Rules Precedence
c) CardRoom Rules vs. Rings Games Rules: Rings Games Precedence
• Tonybetpoker reserves the right to alter the Cardroom Rules, Tournament Rules, Ring Games Rules, or Terms and Conditions at any time, without prior notice.
• Tonybetpoker reserves the right to issue any sanctions available when players break any of the foregoing rules.

TonybetPoker management works tirelessly to ensure an equal and fair playing field. Therefore, management decisions are always final. Players may not appeal to any other authority.

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