Cowboy Cardsharks Stud Poker!
Welcome to the world of Cowboy Cardsharks, where poker games are set in an 1880s-era casino using a 1980s-style interface. This isn't a shoot-em-up, just a laid-back, enjoyable way to learn how to play poker. Relax and have fun!
Annie, Cowboy, Gambler, and The Kid are four wisecracking card sharks who will try to take your money!
Each player has his own unique style of play - and playing against those styles, combined with the Hints and context-based Strategy, should help you learn how to play poker.
Annie: Annie is no stranger to these tables and she is much tougher than she looks. To her, poker is much more than a game, its how she makes her living. If you're not careful, she will take your money in a big hurry! She doesn't like to lose so she'll fold on a weak hand but bet hard on a strong one.
Cowboy: The Cowboy is a tough one to figure out. Maybe he's had a tough day and is distracted. Maybe he's just not very good at poker. Sometimes he'll fold on a good hand and bluff a bad one. However, if he has a really good hand, he'll usually bet.
Kid: The Kid is in town looking for a good time. He has money to burn and has been in the Casino a bit too long. His loose and passive play can be irritating. He'll make a mistake or two but be careful, he can fool you into losing your money!
Gambler: The Gambler is a bona fide "shark" and knows the odds. He is here for one reason only - to take your money! He plays tight and aggressive which means he'll usually bet on a hand he thinks can win. If he doesn't think he'll win a hand, he'll fold so be careful when he decides to bet. He'll bluff every now and then, just to keep you on your toes.
Learn to Play:
You have many options for hints and strategy. Hints are displayed to help you decide whether to Bet, Raise, Call, or Fold. The Strategy Mode gives you more information about your hand and your odds of improving. You also have the option of seeing your opponents’ cards during the deal!
If you find a bug or enjoy the program, please let us know! Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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