Holdem 6+ is a community card poker game variant of Texas hold 'em, where the 2 through 5 cards are removed from the deck.

Holdem 6+

6+ Hold’em is a type of Texas Hold’em played with a 36-card deck. There are no cards of all suits from deuce to five inclusive. This type of poker is more dynamic because combinations stronger than pairs add up more often. The rules of 6+ are slightly different from the classic version of the game with 52 cards. This is due to the changed frequency of combinations: The Flush here is older than the Full House, and the Set is older than the Straight.

Rules and combinations

Most of the rules in 6+ poker are similar to Texas Hold’em, but there are five important differences:

  • The big blind is bet by the player on the batton. No one bets the small blind, but everyone bets the ante – 1% of the buy-in;
  • The first word on the postflop and preflop will be to the player to the left of the batten. He is always out of position;
  • Junior Street – A6789: No cards from deuce to five;
  • Street at 6+ is younger than Set;
  • Flush is older than Full House.

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