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February 27, 2009 - Online poker playing fans of Microgaming are in for a treat, as the pioneering software developer has announced the release of a new table poker game - Triple Pocket Hold'em Poker. Not just any old poker hybrid, this game is the latest addition to Microgaming's Gold Series of table games, which for anybody who isn't familiar with the Gold Series, is Microgaming's select group of games offering players expanded betting options, which unfortunately do not include the option of getting paid out in real Gold.

I personally haven't played Triple Pocket Hold'em Poker, but I can't deny that it sounds like a fun and interesting game. Let's just hope it's not as hard to play it as it is saying "Triple Pocket Hold'em Poker" ten times real fast. Seriously, try it - it's pretty tough. In their own description, Microgaming makes it sound like a very entertaining and stimulating game. Considering the game pits you against two dealers - let's just say it will keep you on your toes.

The objective of Microgaming's Triple Pocket Hold'em Poker is to beat the two dealers (you probably would have never figured that one out, eh?). Now, how you go about beating these two unscrupulous and shady dealers is another matter. This is where you brilliant poker skills come into effect. Not only do you get a choice in shaping your own hand through the option of discarding two sets of pocket cards, these very same cards will make up the dealers' hands. Obviously then, your discard has an increased element of strategy to it. The third and final set of dealt card will make up your final hand to throw down against the dealers.

The betting stakes for Triple Pocket Hold'em Poker range from 1 to 200, thus making it accessible for most bankrolls. There is also an ante bet option available, which can potentially pay out 50:1. Not bad if you're into making ante bets. I've never been a big fan, but don't let that stop you. This is coming from a guy who likes to make proposition bets at the craps table (but only when I'm totally trashed out of my mind...I justify it by convincing myself that I'm playing the lottery). See there - in addition to telling you about a new online casino game, I've unfolded a golden tidbit of wisdom - Be careful getting trashed - it is liable cause for you to justify anything.

Originally published: February, 2009 | Categories: Online Poker | Casino Games

 

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