Open Face Chinese Poker

AAPoker offers very good traffic not only on NL Hold`em, but also on Open Face Chinese poker (OFC), Pineapple and many more.

Open Face Chinese poker, known as Open Face Chinese or OFC, is a variant of Chinese poker where players receive five cards to start and then one card at a time until each player has a 13 card hand legal or not. It is a new and exciting form of poker. It combines simple rules as in Texas hold’em and seven-card stud, with the high variance of games like blackjack.

Fantasyland is a special bonus awarded to players that make a hand that has a pair of queens (QQx) or stronger in the front hand. When fantasyland is achieved, the next hand, the player receives all thirteen cards dealt at once while other players must play out the hand as standard open face. Players in fantasyland sets their hand face down when it is their turn to act. Players can fantasyland repeatedly if they are able to make the required hand. If a player makes fantasyland while already in fantasyland, he or she must declare it to all opponents.


Open Face Chinese poker is typically played as a two- to three-person game, though it can also be played with four people. Each player must use thirteen cards consisting of 3 cards in the front hand, 5 cards in the middle hand, and 5 cards in the back hand. Play is in clockwise order and starts with the player left of the dealer.

What is Pineapple Open Face Chinese?


AAPoker also offers a Pineapple Open Face Chinese poker (POFC) .It is a play for a maximum of three players. Each player is dealt five cards to start. Instead of being dealt one at a time players are dealt three cards at a time. Players set two cards and discards one until 13 card hands are made.

What is Progressive Pineapple?


You can play Progressive Pineapple in AAPoker room. The main difference between Progressive Pineapple and the OFC hit Pineapple game is that the players receive more cards when they’re in Fantasy Land, if they advance with a higher top card combination. Depending on the strength of the player’s top hand, they might get from the regular 14 cards up to whopping 17 Fantasyland cards. The idea behind this game variation is to allow players collect even more points, as aiming for higher hands on top and receiving more Fantasyland cards results in the chance of potentially collecting more points.

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