Dummy is one of the popular poker game in Thailand. Each player is dealt thirteen cards. During each hand, the object is to complete the appointed run and kinds, and get rid of as many cards as possible. When one player gets rid of all of their cards, the cards remaining in the rest of the players hands score penalty points. The player who completes all twelve hands with the fewest points wins.
Paikang is a special poker card game from Thailand infusing various game styles. Gameplays are highly flexible as players may win the game using different combinations. In each game, a deck of 52 poker cards not including Joker is used.
Gao Gae is a card game from Thailand similar to Texas Hold'em. Players can decide the bets according to the handcards of each round. After several rounds of bets, winning is determined by the value of the last card type. In each game, a set of poker cards excluding Joker is used, which makes a total of 52 cards.
Hilo is a type of hundred-gamer sic bo game that originates in street gambling stand in Thailand. It is characterized in a variety of betting points and novel award doubling mode of “up”, which entertains a lot of gamers.
Pok Deng, also known as Pok Kao, is a gambling card game popular in Thailand. Its main goal is to have a hand with a ones digit that can beat the dealer’s, whilst accounting for the pairs, three of a kinds, and flushes. It has excellent playing patterns and can accommodate two to 17 players including the dealer.
Hoo Hey How (Hokkien: Fish-Prawn-Crab) is a Chinese dice-game with similarities to Crown and Anchor dice. Each die contains six unique pictures (fish, shrimp, crab, rooster, gourd, and stag / tiger / fortune symbol). Players bet money on which images will appear, and then roll the dice. If the picture you've bet on shows up, you win.
The Dragon Tiger casino game is the version of the traditional baccarat. The rules are simple; the dealer draws two cards and deals them face up, first for the Dragon and then next for the Tiger. Basically, players will bet on any of the three outcomes: the card in the Dragon is higher, the card in the Tiger is higher, or the value of both are the same.