Strip poker, five card draw style. Have you the nerve to play the game? One hundred and fifty pounds and you skill against Mindy's modesty.
Play the game to the Strip Poker rules and it could be you in the raw. Raise, stand, fold or bet, but beware of Mindy's bluff. There's no cheating at this table, Ossie deals the cards, though it's your choice which cards to play or change and how much to stake.
Full Screen Height Animated Mindy.
Graphics On The Spectrum
Superb Music And Sounds.
Hi there. My name is Ossie! I am here to teach you how to play striptease poker; this one is the popular five card draw type.
The computer will deal you and Mindy five cards each. There is a round of betting when the bets are equalised. You or Mindy reject unwanted cards from your respective hands and will be dealt replacements from the pack. The idea being to finish with a better hand than the original dealt. This is known as "the draw". After the draw there is a new period of betting on the final hands. When the land bets are equalised there is a show down and the best hand wins.
At any of the betting stages, you may either STAND (which means do nothing) or BET (up to £25) or FOLD (which means to concede the hand).
Remember Mindy has all these options open to her and she may be bluffing.
Here are the house rules you must remember.
You start with £150 each and may have to sell an article of clothing, each article +£150.
At the start of each round of betting, £5 is taken from each player as the "ante bet". You may bet on each hand up to a maximum of £25.
Press the number on your computer keyboard that corresponds to the flashing number on the screen. Maximum of four cards may be changed at any one time.
Raising, Calling And Folding
Is achieved by pressing the cursor key 7. Depress this key until you achieve your desired command. On obtaining your desired move, press ENTER.
When Ossie asks if you want to bet, press ENTER to confirm. To raise or lower, use keys 6 or 6 to lower or raise your bet respectively. Upon deciding the amount you wish to bet, press ENTER.
Recognised Poker Hands
In chronological order:
Straight Flush: Five cards of the same suit in numerical order. (Ace high or low)
Four Of A Kind: Four cards of the same rank, i.e. four aces highest; four twos lowest.
Full House: Hand containing three of one house and two of another, i.e. three aces and two kings highest; three twos and two threes lowest.
Flush: Five cards of the same suit not in order of rank.
Straight: Five cards in numerical sequence not in the same suit.
Threes: A hand of three cards of the same rank.
Two Pairs: A hand with two pairs of two cards of the same rank, i.e. two kings and two of another suit.
One Pair: Two cards of the same rank with three other unrelated cards.
Nothing: Highest top card wins.
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