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Absolute Poker

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Cash Game Details

EVERESTThe Casino offers most popular games:

  • Texas Hold’em
  • Omaha
  • Omaha Hi/Lo
  • 7 Card Stud
  • 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo
  • Razz

As far as cash games are concerned, Texas Hold’em, Omaha and Omaha Hi/Lo are offered as limit, pot limit and no limit games. The rest of the games offered can only be played with a fixed limit.

Texas Hold’em, Omaha, and Omaha Hi/Lo can also be played at full tables with up to nine players, as well as at short-handed and heads-up tables.  Razz and Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo games come with the option of full tables with eight players and heads-up tables. Seven Card Stud, on the other hand, can only be played at tables with eight players. Limit Texas Hold’em as well as limit Omaha and Omaha Hi/Lo games are recommended for players looking for a broad selection of stake levels.

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Tournament Details

Absolute organizes a large number of Sit & Go tournaments that can either be played in multi-table mode, at single tables or heads-up. For single table Sit & Gos, players have the greatest variety of playing options, since tournaments are offered for every Absolute Poker game.

The second largest number of options can be found for heads-up Sit & Gos; only Razz tournaments are not available. For multi-table Sit & Go tournaments, only classic Texas Hold’em is offered. With buy-ins ranging from $ 0.60 to over $ 5,000, players are sure to find a tournament to fit their budget. 

Texas Hold’em, Omaha Hi/Lo, Seven Card Stud, Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo and even an occasional H.O.R.S.E. tournament are offered as scheduled tournaments. Several of them are structured as rebuy tournaments. This means that players can continue buying chips for a certain period of time and thus stay in a tournament, even if they have already been eliminated. For scheduled tournaments the buy-in ranges from $ 1 to $ 1,000.


The rake is on par with the industry average though the maximum rake is set slightly higher for very high stakes. Of course the “no flop, no drop” rule always applies. This means that no rake is collected if a hand is over before the players see the flop. 


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