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Duplicate Poker Tutorial

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One of the most innovative concepts to come along in the game of poker happens to be Duplicate Poker. This game is taking the poker playing community by storm as it seeks to reward people’s skill rather than their luck. Chance is taken out of the equation as people at different tables are holding the same cards and competing against each other.

But despite this cool concept, there are many players who haven’t taken the game up yet because they may find it a little more confusing than what they’re used to or they just think that it will be too time consuming to sit there and learn poker all over again. However, Duplicate Poker makes sure neither one of these scenarios are true with a neat and easy to follow tutorial video.

To start the tutorial, all one needs to do is download Duplicate Poker and they will have access to the really cool video they feature. Also, remember to use the POKERWORKS bonus code when downloading so you not only get the $3 completely free but also the $100 deposit bonus up to $350.

After completing the download details, just go up to the “Tutorials” tab at the top of the lobby and click it to get the drop-down menu. On the menu is the Tutorial selection and once one clicks it, an entertaining video pops up which explains the whole process of playing at Duplicate Poker.

The main things a person needs to know is the aforementioned element of having the same cards as the person next to you, the fact that the scores reflect how you’ve played with regards to the person holding the same cards as you, and that the rules for scoring that vary on the type of game you’re playing.

For instance, in “Capped Limit Hold’em” players begin with 10,000 chips but there is a 1,000 chip cap per hand meaning one can’t lose more than this in a single deal. In “Short Games”, half of the players in given seats will be eliminated after a certain amount of sessions if their chips are on the low side.

The “Round Robin” games are basically a Sit & Go’s for 6 people where everyone plays heads-up against everyone else. Duplicate Poker tournaments use this same formula to determine winners when the field is narrowed down to 6 players.

The video can be rewound or one can just wait till the end when everything is summarized by clickable buttons. But most people shouldn’t have too much of a problem soaking things up the first time around and they also shouldn’t have too hard of a time learning Duplicate Poker and having fun with it.

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