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New Game: Spaghetti

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Deal five cards face down to each player. On every betting round, the dealer flips two cards and each player must discard one card from his hand. Players can use their...

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After flipping the last community card and before the final bet, players have the option to change a card from their hand and get a new from the dealer. If a player matches all 3 community cards with the cards in his hand (3 pairs), then he automatically wins the pot. Otherwise players can use 2 or 3 of their cards together with any cards from the table to form a 5 card hand.

  

|   Community Cards: 3   |   Player Cards: 3   |   Betting Rounds: 4   |

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Step by Step

Betting Round I

Deal 3 cards face down to each player and create the scheme on the table. Bet.

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Betting Round II

Flip 1 card. Bet.

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Betting Round III

Flip 1 more card. Bet.

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Betting Round IV

Flip the final card. Players can change one card from their hand. Final Bet.

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Showdown! If a player matches all 3 community cards with the cards in his hand (3 pairs), then he automatically wins the pot. Otherwise, players can use 2 or 3 of their cards together with any cards from the table to form a 5 card hand.

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