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Ocean's 11 has been San Diego's best place to play poker for over 15 years. With 50 tables of gaming action, you can always find your favorite game and table limits. Come play with our friendly players and great staff.
Ocean's 11 offers daily cash drawings, Racing For Dollars payback, and the biggest jackpots anywhere. All Hold'em jackpots start at $20,000 and increase $1,000 a day!
Texas Hold'em is the most popular poker game in the world and playing is easy. The object of the game is to use some or all of your hole cards in combination with some or all of the community cards to make your best 5 card poker hand, as explained below:
All players receive two cards (called "hole cards"). After an initial round of betting, the dealer delivers three community cards (called the "flop"). All community cards can be used by all players. After another round of betting, the dealer delivers one more community card (called the "turn" or "4th street"). After another round of betting, the dealer delivers the final community card (called "the river" or "5th street") followed by a final round of betting. The player with the best 5 card hand wins the pot!
Limit Texas Hold'em has designated betting limits at each betting level. Players cannot bet other amounts. For example, in $4-$8, players bet $4 in the first two betting rounds, and $8 in the final two betting rounds. Ocean's 11 offers a full range of Limit Texas Hold'em games including $1-$2, $2-$4, $3-$6, $4-$8, $8-$16, $15-$30, $20-$40 and higher.
No Limit Texas Hold'em does not have designated betting limits. Players may wager all the chips in front of them during any betting level. The only restriction is that players are limited to the amount of chips in front of them at the start of the hand; and cannot add chips to their stack during a hand. Ocean's 11 offers a full range of No Limit Hold'em games including $1-$1, $2-$2, $2-$3, $5-$5, $5-$10, $10-$10, $10-$20 and higher.
Omaha is similar to Texas Hold'em except each player is dealt four hole cards. Omaha is often played as a "high-low" split game where the highest ranking hand and the lowest ranking hand split the pot evenly. Most "high-low" split games have an "8 or better" qualifier for the lowest ranking hand which means that it cannot have a card higher than an 8 and cannot have a pair or higher. If there is no qualified lowest ranking hand, then the highest ranking hand will win the entire pot. Ocean's 11 offer a full range of Limit Omaha games including $2-$4 and $4-$8 kill.
Ocean's 11 offers Pot Limit Omaha with $1-$2, $2-$5, and other blinds. Players in Pot Limit Omaha can bet up to the amount of the total pot at any time.
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