Our large and comfortable Poker Room covers all the needs for fun or hardcore players. To keep the game fair and fun, the maximum entry on the table is five times the starting buy-in.
Higher buy-ins and blinds can be allowed upon agreed player’s requests. As well the rake percentage might be reduced accordingly.
|Texas Hold’em||$200||$5 / $5||5% cap $50|
|Omaha 4 & 5||$200||$5 / $10||5% cap $50|
We also give Pineapple and Mississippi options and sometimes we organize Poker Tournaments. Subscribe to our Newsletter to be informed about any upcoming event.
We have been lucky to welcome Roger Hairabedian WSOP champion who organized three successful cash game event with us.
We regularly organize Poker Cash Games Festival, Omaha Games so to register or to know more, contact or Poker Manager Hamed on the following number: +20 106 802 64 06
No Limit Texas Hold’em
The three key points about No Limit Texas Hold’em:
- No Limit Texas Hold’em is the most popular poker game of the 21st century. Many factors contribute to its meteoric rise in the early 2000’s: its simplicity (you can learn the game in five minutes), the rise of online poker, the broadcasting of big poker tournaments on television (including the World Poker Tour), and the memorable victory of an amateur player called Chris Moneymaker (you couldn’t make it up!) at the World Series of Poker 2003.
- In Texas Hold’em, every player receives two private cards, and must make the best hand possible using their two private cards and the five community cards which are available to every player. To make this five card hand, every player can, according to the situation, use two, one, or none of their hole cards and combine them with three, four, or even five of the community cards.
- No Limit Texas Hold’em is, as the name suggests, played with No Limit rules: this means that the betting amounts and number of raises is unlimited: every player can, at any time, bet as much as they wish, including all the chips they hold!
Here are all the different card combinations you can have in Texas Hold’em, in descending order, from the highest ranked to the lowest. Don’t forget that in Texas Hold’em, you have seven cards available to construct your five-card hand: your two hole cards, plus the five community cards spread on the board.
How a hand is played
A Texas Hold’em hand starts with forced bets, called “Blinds”. The player seated directly to the left of the button posts the small blind, and the player to their left posts the big blind (generally, double the amount of the small blind).
Texas Hold’em is played with a maximum of nine players. Each player receives two private hole cards.
The betting rounds and communal cards
The first round of betting starts with the person sat to the left of the big blind. Each player has the option to call (equal the existing bet), raise (increase the stakes), or fold (quit the hand) in turn, with action moving clockwise round the table.
The first round of betting ends when the biggest bet has been equalled by one or more players. If the raise of a player is called by no other player, the pot is won by the raiser without needing to show their cards. This rule applies throughout the hand.
The second round of betting starts after the flop: three cards, face up are dealt to the middle of the table. These three communal cards are available to every player in the hand to be used with their two private cards to make the best five card hand.
The first player to act is the person seated to the left of the dealer button. Each player may bet, raise or fold in turn, with action moving clockwise round the table. Just like in Texas Hold’em, it is possible to check (not make a bet) when no bets have been placed before your turn. If one or more players bet after you have checked, action returns to you and you have the option to fold, call or raise. If all players check in a round of betting, then we go straight to the next round.
The third round of betting takes place on the turn: one card, dealt face up to the middle of the table. Just like on the flop, this fourth community card is available to all players remaining in the hand.
Once the third round of betting is over, the fourth and final betting round takes place on the river: one card, dealt face up to the middle of the table which is once again available to every player in the hand.
Once all bets have been called in the fourth round of betting, the players remaining in the hand go to a showdown. The last player to have raised must show their cards first. If there was no bet on the last round of betting, the player to the left of the button must show their cards first. The hands are always then revealed in turn clockwise around the table.
The winner of the pot is the player who shows the best five card hand, according to the hierarchy listed earlier on this page. If one or multiple players reveal an identical hand, the pot is shared equally among them. Once the pot has been awarded to the winner(s), a new hand can begin.
Pot Limit Omaha – 4 card (PLO)
The two key points about Pot Limit Omaha:
- Pot Limit Omaha is a poker game in the same style as Texas Hold’em where every player receives four private cards, and must make the best hand possible using two (and only two) of their private cards and three (and only three) of the five community cards which are available to every player.
- Pot Limit Omaha is, as the name suggests, played with Pot Limit rules: this means that the maximum bet amount permitted depends on the size of the pot. This means that unlike in No Limit Hold’em, you won’t always have the possibility to bet all your chips.
How to make a hand
The hierarchy of hands in Pot Limit Omaha is exactly the same as in Texas Hold’em, from high card (the weakest hand type, not even a pair) all the way to the rare Royal Flush (10-Jack-Queen-King-Ace of the same suit) via three of a kind, straight, and flush, etc.
IMPORTANT! Don’t forget that there is one crucial difference between PLO and Texas Hold’em: in Omaha, you must without exception use two of your private cards with three of the community cards to make your hand. Therefore, holding K-K-K-3 in your hand does not give you three of a kind, but simply a pair of Kings. Also, on a board of Q-Q-Q-Q-2 you do not hold four of a kind, but just three of a kind. On a board like this, the best hand would therefore be private cards including a pair of Aces (for Queens full of Aces.)
The Casino access is free, without specific dress code but under legal conditions:
- Prohibited for people under the age of 18 years old.
- Valid Passport to be presented at check-in, copies will be refused.
- ID valid only for people with Italian nationality.
- Egyptian without double nationality are not allowed to access the Casino.
- All plays are only in US dollars. All foreign currencies can be changed at the Casino Bank including commission. Egyptian pound is not allowed on play.
- Management has the right to block access to any person with undesirable behavior at check-in.
- It is not allowed to carry food or external beverage from outside. Any foreign bottle bought at Duty Free must be declared and registered on the official book.
- Indecent clothing or swimsuits will be refused.
We expect our Poker Room players to be respectful of the rules and of the other players to ensure all, the best & fun gaming experience as possible.