Pyramid Poker: Learn to Play
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|Rules:||Pyramid Poker (1st Edition)|
|Time slot:||Thu Aug 1 11:00 am - 1:00 pm (2 hours)|
|Host:||Vincent Salzillo (R&R Games)|
|Experience required:||None (You've never played before - rules will be taught)|
|Location:||Indiana Convention Center, room Hall D: White, table 11-15|
|Tickets:||9 out of 18 are available (as of 3 hours ago (3:30 pm Thursday February 20th, 2020))|
|Event added:||Mon May 6 3:45 pm|
Players build a pyramid of blocks containing card designations, then use those blocks to build 3 poker hands which compete directly. Best 2 out of 3 hands wins!
In this R&R Games title, each player takes fifteen blocks and turns the blocks so that only they see what's on them. They take turns placing the blocks into a two-dimensional pyramid-shaped structure, again seeing only their blocks, then they take turns removing any one block from the pyramid and placing it into one of three poker hands that they're constructing. Each poker hand is competing against the one opposite it that's being built by the opponent. Once all the blocks have been removed, the player who wins two or three of the poker hands wins! Learn how to play the game in preparation for the 2019 U.S. National Pyramid Poker Championship (BGM19157748) Saturday at 1:00PM.
Warnings: The event was originally listed with rules of "Pyramid Poker (1st)." It has been changed to "Pyramid Poker (1st Edition)."