Mulligan Poker

Ever played a poker game against a dealer? Ever find yourself in a poker game with a hand you just want to throw away? If you want a twist on your normal poker game, then you should try playing Mulligan Poker.

Playing Mulligan Poker

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Rules of the Game

The main objective of the game is to defeat the dealer's hand with the player's original hand or a Mulligan (new hand). In conventional poker games, players vie against each other to win the pot. In Mulligan Poker, the player competes against the dealer's hand.

Mulligan Poker uses a standard 52-card deck, and the hands the player and the dealer receive are valued the way conventional poker rules values the hand. An initial bet is required before playing, with an option to make a bonus bet. The dealer would then proceed to deal the cards, with his cards dealt face down.

After dealing the cards, the player has the option to take his Mulligan or stand by the original hand. If he chooses to take a new hand, he is required to make a raise bet equal to his initial bet. The player will also forfeit any bonus bet he has made. He would then take a new hand in exchange for his original card.

The dealer will then place his cards face up. If the hand shows a King high or less, the dealer will have to take the Mulligan. He will stand if he has an Ace high or higher. The dealer would then compare the player's hand with the dealer's hand, and the stronger hand wins. If the dealer's hand wins, the player will lose his initial bet and raise the bet if he took a Mulligan. If the player's hand wins, both the ante bet and the raise bet will pay according to a pre-determined payout rate. Should the round results in a tie, the round is pushed, neither the dealer nor the player win or lose anything.