Budugi (also spelled as Badugi) is becoming one of the favourite games among online poker players. PokerStars, one of the most reputed online poker rooms, is the best place to go to for a game of bugudi. PokerStars is among the few poker sites to have relevant information on the rules of budugi and budugi strategy. Players will get to see, hear and learn about Budugi from professional players like Steve Paul-Ambrose, Daniel Negreanu and Gavin Griffin. These three players are part of Team PokerStars Pro. What could be better than learning to play from those who are the best? Those who are interested can watch an introduction on bugudi by these three masters on PokerStars.TV. An Introduction to Budugi at PokerStars PokerStars has a section dedicated to teaching beginners the rules of budugi, how to play it and the basic strategies that can be applied. For those who are not aware, bugudi is a draw poker variant in which the lowest hand wins.PokerStars's section on this poker variant has some useful insights on the set of cards which would win games and which wouldn't. The list is not necessarily a comprehensive one. It gives beginners a very good understanding of the types of hands in this game. Players who switch to bugudi from other poker games need to keep in mind a point or two. The set of cards that form the best hand in bugudi are very different. The best budugi would be cards four, three, two and ace. All four would have to be from different suits. To answer player's questions PokerStars has a detailed FAQ section and also 24/7 customer support. Pay a visit to PokerStars today to enjoy this quick and easy card game.
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How To Play Badugi at PokerStars
Published on April 04, 2009 at 09:35
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