Friday, April 30, 2010

Badugi Anyone?
Okay -- so if you are one of those poker players who seems to always get cards that do not match when you need to complete a full house, flush, or straight, maybe you should consider playing the game designed for cards that are low and do not match -- Badugi!

Badugi is a draw game where the object is to get the four lowest cards (no pairs, sets, or quads) that you can while only having one card from each suit. If you have never played Badugi before, you can quickly learn the game by watching How to Play Badugi, a video provided by PokerStars. Perhaps you might even want to try playing in the PokerStars SCOOP (Spring Championship Of Online Poker) Badugi tournament scheduled for May 4.

Of course, if you are one of those players who seems to run bad in any tournament, you could be interested to see what kind of cards you will get in Badugi. Will you get that nice low spread -- or maybe, just maybe, will the deck slap you with paint, paint, and more paint?

Give Badugi a try and find out!


Blogger Josie said...

The players were talking about Badugi on Poker After Dark the other night. Never heard of it before in my I've heard about it twice in one week! I was wondering what it was....actually sounds fun.

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