BASIC RULES OF TEXAS 6+ HOLD’EM
A 36-card deck (with all cards lower than a 6) is used in all 6+ Hold'em games, and it is shuffled before each hand is dealt. The player to the left of the dealer places the Small Blind. The player to the left of the player who posted the Small Blind places a Big Blind. The Big Blind is usually worth twice as much as the Small Blind. The Blinds also rotate when the dealer shifts positions.
The player seated to the left of the button initiates the action. Each hand then plays out according to Texas Hold’em rules, with Pre-flop, Flop, Turn and River betting rounds.
The rules of 6+ Hold'em are straightforward if you've ever played Texas Hold'em.
But don’t forget: contrary to regular Texas Hold'em games, in 6+ Hold’em a Flush beats a Full-house & Three of a Kind Beats a Straight. A five-card Hand consisting of Ace, 6, 7, 8, 9 (any suit) is also deemed a Straight.
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