Where Can I Play Texas Hold'em Online From Arizona?

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Ace King
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You can play Texas Hold'em online from Arizona at Americas Cardroom, which accepts several payment options.


Arizona Poker Rooms

Playing Texas Hold'em online is fun but sometimes you want to experience the real thing along side other players.

There are many places to play throughout Arizona.  The casinos here are run by the Native American Indian reservations. 

Blue Water Casino (Parker, AZ)
Bucky's Yavapai Casino (Prescott, AZ)
Casino Del Sol (Tucson, AZ)
Cliff Castle Poker Room (Camp Verde, AZ)
Desert Diamond Casino (Tucson, AZ)
Fort McDowell Casino (Ft. Mcdowell, AZ)
Gila River Casino Vee Quiva (Laveen, AZ)
Gila River Casino Wild Horse Pass (Chandler, AZ)
Harrah's Ak-Chin (Maricopa, AZ)
Hon-Dah Casino (Pinetop, AZ)
Mazatzal Casino (Payson, AZ)
Talking Stick Resort (Scottsdale, AZ)

What is Texas Hold'em

Texas hold 'em is a variation of the card game of poker. Two cards, known as hole cards, are dealt face down to each player, and then five community cards are dealt face up in three stages. The stages consist of a series of three cards, later an additional single card, and a final card. - Source: Wikipedia

Americas Cardroom 6 Plus Hold'em Online Tournaments

We've got a new addition to our suite of games that's gaining popularity and taking the poker world by storm! Drumroll please! Six Plus Hold'em is now at Americas Cardroom!

Six Plus Hold'em is a variation of Texas Holdem with fewer cards used. The gameplay is the same, with a couple minor exceptions. Namely, we remove 2s, 3s, 4, and 5s from the deck, and a couple changes in the hand ranking order.

 Short Deck Hand Ranking (ranked lowest to highest):

    High card
    Two Pair
    Straight (low straight is A6789 and a high straight can still be made normally)
    3 of a Kind
    Full House
    4 of a kind
    Straight Flush
    Royal Flush

Notice the differences are a 3 of a kind beats a straight and a flush beats a full house.

With fewer cards, the possibilities of making stronger hands increases dramatically, making Six Plus Hold'em an action-packed game!

6 Plus Holdem Starting Hand Chart

One of the first things a starting Holdem player is after when learning how to play is a starting hand chart. After a few hundred million hands of heads up hands dealt to the river, we've compiled a list of the percentage of times a given hand won versus a random range from the single opponent. Here is the starting hand chart for Six Plus Holdem (also called Short Deck Holdem).



- Ace King, Gambling911.com