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Piranha can be played with as many as 11 players and there are no wild cards used for this game. This game is similar to Omaha since you get four hole cards and five community cards. The biggest difference is your not required to use only two from your hand and three on the board to make your best hand. If you need one card from the community cards or one card from your hand your able to. This is also why you’ll find more players stay in the hand longer because of the opportunity to complete their hand with only one card. Each player is required to ante into the game first if they intend to play. Once the antes are in the pot the dealer will begin to deal each player four cards face down followed by placing three cards face up and two face down. These extra cards are the community cards and should be placed in the middle of the table. Once the deal is finished players will be given the option to decide if they are in or out. To do so we’ll use the same rules as dropping, whereby players who are in will place a chip in their hand, and players who are out will have an empty hand. When instructed, players will open their hands simultaneously and anyone who dropped will play against each other. Once this is done, the dealer can flip over the remaining two cards. Players who dropped will use any of the cards in their hand or on the board to make the best five card poker hand possible. The player with the highest hand wins and will win the pot. The players who lose the hand will have to pay an amount equal to the pot value which will be used for the next hand. The game will continue until one player drops and scoops the pot uncontested. With event 16 and event 17 behind us, we are down to our final tournament, and it’s looking like it could be a game changer. We have enough funds to send at least the top four players to the WSOP this fall, and with double points at stake and a large number of players in … Read more Piranha Final Stretch. Event 15 went down on 11-Apr with 16 players, including two new players for the season! After a grueling heads up that lasted over an hour between Amo and Andy, Amo ended up victorious, and launched into second place in the overall rankings. We’ve got another tournament in just one week, … Read more Amo Amazes. Now that we are all sheltering in place, we had our first regular-season online tournament on the afternoon of 4-Apr. Unfortunately, there were a few hiccups with approving people new to Piranha Online, and we were not able to seat a few players. These will be corrected for next time, which, by the way, is … Read more Dominic Back in the Driver Seat. It’s becoming more clear that live in person poker will not be possible in the near future. So the committee has decided to try holding Piranha tournaments online. If you are not already aware, Piranha has maintained a Home Games club at Pokerstars for many years where games are played for Piranha Bucks that can … Read more Piranha Season 14 continuing online. Having previously won tournaments 4 and 9, Bharad can now add tournament12 to his list.

Gerry finished 3rd … Read more Bharad does it again. Event 11 went down in San Pablo on the first weekend of February, with 11 players. Just a reminder: Keep in mind that the last tournament of the year is another double-points tournament, which counts as two events. We can play a maximum of 12 events in the … Read more Drake catches some flops.

We had a couple of smaller events in January, taking place in Mountain View. We had a little computer trouble during event 10, and don’t yet have the full bust-out order, but the points scorers were counted and the standings are now up-to-date as of the end of event 10. The 10th tournament was held … Read more Mid-season update. The double points tournament is over, and it had a huge effect on our points standing for the season.


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