A format in which the dealer is allowed to select the particular poker game that will be dealt. Sometimes this means before each hand, although a more sensible system (since in many games the dealer has a positional advantage) is one in which players take turns choosing the game for an entire round.
In home games, a rule that permits the dealer to name which poker game to be played that hand.
Referring to home games, in which the dealer can name which poker game to be played that hand.
A game in which the acting dealer chooses the type of poker that is played.
A game where the dealer (person who has the dealer button) names the game to be played that hand.
Where the dealer choses the type of game played
A game variation where the seated players take turns deciding what game to play. Choices often include Texas Hold'em, Omaha and 7-Card Stud.
a game in which the current dealer nominates the variation of poker that will be played. In a casino, the "choice" will usually be limited to the most common standard variations and played for one hand only before the next dealer chooses. Many other variations might be played in home games, and the "choice" may last for an entire round, until the dealer button returns to the original chooser.
A game in which each dealer, in turn, chooses the type of poker to be played
a game where the dealer names the type of poker game to be played.
The selection by dealer of game to be played.
Dealer's choice is a style of poker where each player may deal a different game. A button passes to the left after every deal, giving the new dealer a chance to call a different game than the one that was previously called.
Dealer's Choice is a play written by Patrick Marber and first performed at the Royal National Theatre in London in February 1995. The action takes place over three acts. Most of the action of the third act revolves around a game of poker.