iHoldem is the place to be for poker players of all over the world. These players are given the opportunity to try their hand at their poker game. Our Poker Room software is easy to use, and offers a variety of different stakes. Beyond the poker games, we also offer a wide range of casino games, including Carribean Stud, Black Jack, Roulette, and Video Poker.
So find your favourite at the many games offered at iHoldem.
The most popular poker game these days, Texas Holdem is played worldwide in tournaments like the World Series of Poker (WSOP) and the World Poker Tour (WPT). Texas Holdem offers two different styles of play– ring games and tournaments. Ring Games, or cash games as they are often known, are tables where players can come and go as they please, and can put down as much or as little money as they are comfortable with. Numerous ring games are running at any given time, with stakes range a few pennies to $300/$600.
Tournaments on the other hand, are more strict with their rules. Players buy-in for a set amount and are given a certain number of chips that have no cash value. Only a top percentage of players are given prize money, but sometimes these winnings can be massive. iHoldem also offers numerous freeroll tournaments several times throughout the day, which can have both cash prizes and entry to tournaments with much larger buy-ins.
Another popular game at iHoldem is Omaha style poker. There are two different styles of Omaha on offer – Omaha Hi/lo and straight Omaha.
Much like with Texas Holdem, a player can chose to play either ring games or tournaments. However, since it is a rather different from Texas Holdem, players will have to adjust their strategy accordingly. While there are still five community cards for all players to use, Omaha poker players are dealt four cards, and must use two of them combinated with three community cards to make the best possible five card hand.
iHoldem offers loads of different formats of Stud Poker, such as 7 Card Stud, Hi Lo Stud Poker, and Razz. While it is not as popular as Texas Holdem or Omaha, there are still a few Stud poker tournaments offered every month, with stakes ranging from micro limits to $25/$50.
In 7 Card Stud, players are dealt seven cards in five rounds. They must use five of those cards to make the best possible hand. Eventually there will be 2 cards down, 4 cards up, and one more down. These is also a 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo variant offered at iHoldem.
Hi/Lo poker is played in the same vein as 7 Card Stud, with one key difference. When the final hands are shown, the pot is split evenly between the highest and lowest hands, providing the low hand qualifies.
Another game similar to 7 Card Stud, Razz is played using ace-to-5 low hand values. While not the most popular game at iHoldem, a player can usually find a few tables of Razz running each day.
Like Stud poker, Draw poker offers numerous formats to play in, such as 5 Card Draw, Triple Draw, and Badugi. While not usually offered in tournament format, Draw Poker does offer a variety of games for iHoldem players to explore.
Five card draw is a relatively popular game and there are plenty different formats on offer including limit, pot limit, and joker games. There are two betting rounds after the blinds and cards a dealt. After the first round players have the option to change and improve their hand by discarding up 5 of their cards and replacing them with new ones.
One of the most popular games in Korea, Badugi is a 4-card version of triple draw lowball pokerThe goal is is to get 4 cards of different suits with no pairs. This is called a Badugi. Other than having no community cards, Badugi makes use of the same blind structure as other games. There are many formats for Badugi, such as limit, pot limit, and numerous cash games available.
Another style of draw poker, in Triple Draw players are dealt a complete hand before betting rounds commence. Two different variants are offered; ace-5 lowball and deuce-7 lowball. Both of these variants can be played either limit or pot limit, with a wide range of stakes available.
Ring games, also known as cash games, allow players to buy in and leave the game as they wish, and the blinds remain constant. This page will show you step-by-step how to enter a ring game in the Poker Room software.
Online Poker Tournaments are where you find the big money. There is a clear structure to determine winners and their prizes, and numerous different types are available on the schedule. Click on the link to see a step-by-step guide on how to enter one of iHoldem’s tournament in the Poker Room software.
Online poker tournaments are a great way to compete in a scheduled poker competition with a clear placement of winners and scheduled prizes. This page will give you a step-by-step guide on how to enter a tournament in the poker software.