New to INAG ! Boomerang Poker Class II Game.
Updated: Feb 12, 2019
Learn more about Boomerang Poker II.
Boomerang Poker (Boomerang)
is a community style card game where players play against each other and pay the cardroom a fee per hand based on an established fee schedule approved by the California Bureau of Gambling Control.
There is no certified math required as it is player vs player as in a Hold'em game.
The game is dealt from a standard 52 card deck and can be hand shuffled or placed in an automatic shuffler. A newly shuffled deck will be uses for each hand.
The game begins by the dealer dealing
2 cards face up to each player who have a wager posted in their player circle. After all initial cards are dealt to the players, the dealer will collect all the posted wagers and post them in the center of the layout (Community Pot). The object of the game is to be the last player standing. That player will be rewarded the pot.
The dealer will evaluate which player has the lowest value poker hand and that player must act first. The players will each have available 3 more cards to beat the next higher hand on the board. We will assume this is a $5 condition game. In order to access those cards the player will need to post $5 for each card requested. Each player can fold at any time and chose not to purchase any additional cards. They will inform the dealer that they wish to fold and the dealer will muck the player's cards. If a player folds, the dealer will move to the next lowest hand and that player now has the same options as the first player.
If a player decides to stay in the game and purchase addition cards, they now must make a decision whether it will take one, two or three additional cards to beat the next higher hand. If they guess wrong, they are out of the pot and their hand mucked. Read more here...