Same as Texas Holdem, but players are dealt four cards. Each player must use only two of their pocket cards to make the best possible five card poker hand.
Each player is dealt five cards down. Then five community cards are placed face down in the centre of the table. These cards are turned up one at a time, followed by betting intervals for each card.
Each player is dealt either two, four, or five cards (dealers choice) and ten community cards are formed in a cross shape in the centre of the table (see diagram). These cards are turned over in a clockwise pattern (you can turn them one at a time, or together outside to inside) followed by a betting round. Each player can use the cards from only one of the rows of community cards.
Each poker player is dealt five cards. Ten cards are then put in two equal rows of five each on the centre of the table. The first card in the top row is turned over. If any player has a matching card, they must discard it to the table. Then the first card on the bottom row is turned over, which is a community card. There is a betting round. This continues until all the cards are turned over.