Roll Your Own, a variation found in home poker games. It is essentially three card stud where the player turns the up cards. We'll show you how to deal, play and win in your dealer's choice game.
The L you say, and why not? The community cards need to be laid out in some formation. What's wrong with an L? An L is simple. It's readily recognizable. And, it's fun to play...
You don't necessarily have to use money when you are playing poker. There are many things you can use instead of money. Some can even be found in your own house. Ante up!
Poker has rules that must be followed, but there is also unwritten etiquette guidelines that ensures everyone has a positive poker experience.
Learn how to run a great poker home game. Includes everything you need to know about hosting the best game in town.