According to a report by Poker Industry PRO, a Vancouver-based start-up recently launched Cash Live Poker, a poker game show that’s absolutely free and is streamed live. Players are awarded with real money cash prizes in these shows.
Reports state that the poker game show features tournaments that run twice and will be live-streamed. The tournaments include live dealers that host and call the action, thus providing the players with an experience of being at an actual televised final table.
The game show has certain rules that are based on the traditional Hold’em and the format is definitely intriguing. Rules state that players have only two options to choose from. First, players have to push their stack all-in or else fold their hand. Also, there aren’t any blinds in the game. All the players have to play an ante which is mandatory. And the flop will be revealed immediately. This means that every player gets to see the flop for free. Then, once the flop is showcased, the game continues as a push or fold game.
Second, each player in the game gets about five seconds to act and are given a limited fold option. The opponents on the table are able to see the total number of folds that a player makes.
Other features of Cash Live Poker include fast-paced poker gameplay, real cash prizes and live televised gameplay experience.
Jochebed Mendes is a Content Writer at Gutshot Magazine. Transitioning from the beauty and lifestyle industry to the gaming industry, she is keen and enthusiastic to learn everything about cash games and non-cash games while also trying to take a chance on the hot seat of poker and rummy. Apart from trying her luck at writing for many genres, she also loves surfing through bizarre content on the internet, engaging in philosophical topics and sharpening her cooking skills every now and then. Other than her many go-to activities, her most favorite are playing the Violin, singing, and composing poetry; and when she’s not on board playing the role of a content writer, she takes off to teaching the violin to kids, adults, and people of all ages.
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