Bicycle The Original PO•KE•NO Boards

  • The thrill of Poker and the suspense of Keno
  • The Original PO•KE•NO Basic Game
    • Each player, except the dealer, is given a board and some chips. (If there are no more players than 2 players, the dealer may also play.) The dealer with an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards, shuffles them and turns the top card over, calling it out. For example "Queen of Spades". Each player, who has the Queen of Spades on his/her boards, covers it with a chip. The dealer continues turning over cards in succession, and the players continue covering cards on their boards until someone has covered a complete row of five - either horizontally or vertically, The player calls "OUT", The player who wins becomes the next dealer.
  • Scoring Methods
    • The winner receives all chips lying on the other players cards.
    • The winner receives a reward according to the poker value of his/her hand (See Rank of Poker Hands Box.)
  • 5-Card PO•KE•NO
    • Play by the "Original PO•KE•NO basic rules; however, continue to turn over cards until each player has covered five-in-a-row. The player with the highest value poker hand covered is the winner, The winner may receive all of the chips on the other players boards or a number of chips from each player equal to the value of the winning hand.
  • PO•KE•NO Black Jack
    • The dealer plays his/her board against the other players boards. He/she turns over cards until he/she has five-in-a-row. Players, who don't have five-in-a-row, compare their poker value with the dealer. Those with a higher value beat the dealer; lower values lose to the dealer.
  • 4-Corner PO•KE•NO 
    • Follow the game play as in the "Original PO•KE•NO Basic Game" except score as follows
    • The first player(s) to score his/her center receives 1 point
    • The first player to score all four corners on his/her board receives 4 points
    • The first player to score five-in-a-row (vertically, horizontally or diagonally) scores 5 points
  • PO•KE•NO Roulette
    • Each player (except the dealer) receives a board. At this time, players must agree upon a standard reward for the winner. Players lay chips (wager) on any card, thereby making two rows (one vertical and one horizontal). The dealer turns chips one at a time, calling them out. Players only place a chip on their boards if the card called falls in one of the two rows marked by the wage chip. IF after the dealer calls out 25 cards and no one has scored 5 in a row, the dealer wins. If a player scores five-in-a-row before the dealer calls out 25 cards, he/she is the winner.
  • Rank of Poker Hands/Suggested Chip Value
    • Royal Straight Flush (Ace, King, Queen, Jack, 10 - all one suit)... 9 Chips
    • Straight Flush ( 5 cards, same suit in sequence. i.e.; 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,)... 8 Chips
    • Four-of-a-kind ( 4 cards, same denomination)... 7 Chips
    • Full House (3-of-a-kind plus 2-of-one-kind)... 6 Chips
    • Flush ( 5 cards of the same suit, but not all in sequence)... 5 Chips
    • Straight ( Any 5 cards in numerical sequence of mixed suits)... 4 Chips
    • Three-of-a-kind ... 3 Chips
    • Two Pairs ... 2 Chips
    • One Pair... 1 Chip
  • Includes; 12 Bicycle Jumbo Index Game Cards • 200 PO•KE•NO Chips
  • Playing cards not included 

Bicycle The Original PO•KE•NO Boards

$22.41
Bicycle The Original PO•KE•NO Boards Bicycle The Original PO•KE•NO Boards
Bicycle The Original PO•KE•NO Boards Bicycle The Original PO•KE•NO Boards

Bicycle The Original PO•KE•NO Boards

$22.41
$22.41
  • The thrill of Poker and the suspense of Keno
  • The Original PO•KE•NO Basic Game
    • Each player, except the dealer, is given a board and some chips. (If there are no more players than 2 players, the dealer may also play.) The dealer with an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards, shuffles them and turns the top card over, calling it out. For example "Queen of Spades". Each player, who has the Queen of Spades on his/her boards, covers it with a chip. The dealer continues turning over cards in succession, and the players continue covering cards on their boards until someone has covered a complete row of five - either horizontally or vertically, The player calls "OUT", The player who wins becomes the next dealer.
  • Scoring Methods
    • The winner receives all chips lying on the other players cards.
    • The winner receives a reward according to the poker value of his/her hand (See Rank of Poker Hands Box.)
  • 5-Card PO•KE•NO
    • Play by the "Original PO•KE•NO basic rules; however, continue to turn over cards until each player has covered five-in-a-row. The player with the highest value poker hand covered is the winner, The winner may receive all of the chips on the other players boards or a number of chips from each player equal to the value of the winning hand.
  • PO•KE•NO Black Jack
    • The dealer plays his/her board against the other players boards. He/she turns over cards until he/she has five-in-a-row. Players, who don't have five-in-a-row, compare their poker value with the dealer. Those with a higher value beat the dealer; lower values lose to the dealer.
  • 4-Corner PO•KE•NO 
    • Follow the game play as in the "Original PO•KE•NO Basic Game" except score as follows
    • The first player(s) to score his/her center receives 1 point
    • The first player to score all four corners on his/her board receives 4 points
    • The first player to score five-in-a-row (vertically, horizontally or diagonally) scores 5 points
  • PO•KE•NO Roulette
    • Each player (except the dealer) receives a board. At this time, players must agree upon a standard reward for the winner. Players lay chips (wager) on any card, thereby making two rows (one vertical and one horizontal). The dealer turns chips one at a time, calling them out. Players only place a chip on their boards if the card called falls in one of the two rows marked by the wage chip. IF after the dealer calls out 25 cards and no one has scored 5 in a row, the dealer wins. If a player scores five-in-a-row before the dealer calls out 25 cards, he/she is the winner.
  • Rank of Poker Hands/Suggested Chip Value
    • Royal Straight Flush (Ace, King, Queen, Jack, 10 - all one suit)... 9 Chips
    • Straight Flush ( 5 cards, same suit in sequence. i.e.; 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,)... 8 Chips
    • Four-of-a-kind ( 4 cards, same denomination)... 7 Chips
    • Full House (3-of-a-kind plus 2-of-one-kind)... 6 Chips
    • Flush ( 5 cards of the same suit, but not all in sequence)... 5 Chips
    • Straight ( Any 5 cards in numerical sequence of mixed suits)... 4 Chips
    • Three-of-a-kind ... 3 Chips
    • Two Pairs ... 2 Chips
    • One Pair... 1 Chip
  • Includes; 12 Bicycle Jumbo Index Game Cards • 200 PO•KE•NO Chips
  • Playing cards not included