Poker Neko (Pre-Flop Phase) Collection

Poker Neko (Pre-Flop Phase) Collection

πŸŽ‰ Final Collection Supply: 337 πŸŽ‰

πŸ”₯ Mint Drop Completed

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Check out our past Poker Neko series: Poker Neko (River Phase) Collection

Maneki Neko Trivia

Fortune Cat is known as Maneki Neko in Japanese, which means "beckoning cat". The cat has its paw raised as if it’s waving in good fortune for its owners.

Maneki Neko often hold things in their paws. These include:

  1. Ryo: This is a Japanese coin from the Edo period. A ryo was considered to be quite the fortune back then.
  2. Magic Money Mallet: When shaken, the mallet is supposed to attract wealth.
  3. Carp: The fish is symbolic of abundance and good fortune.
  4. Ingot: The ingot signifies wealth and material abundance.
  5. Bell: May relate to protection, as well as wealth.

Texas Hold'em Poker Trivia

There are 1326 distinct possible combinations of two hole cards from a standard 52-card deck in hold 'em.

However since suits have no absolute value in this poker variant, many of these hands are identical in value before the flop. For example, Aβ™₯ Jβ™₯ and Aβ™  Jβ™  are identical in value.

Therefore, there are 169 non-equivalent starting hands in hold 'em, which is the total count of 13 pocket pairs, 13 Γ— 12 / 2 = 78 suited hands and 78 unsuited hands (13 + 78 + 78 = 169).

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Inspiration for Poker Neko (Pre-Flop Phase)

Poker Neko was conceptualized by adding a light-hearted twist to daily activities/events. The idea was to have Maneki Nekos or 'Lucky Cats' battle it out in Texas Hold'em Poker using their wits, luck and guts.

We created Poker Neko (Pre-Flop Phase) to highlight the details and provide a close-up of Maneki Neko and poker cards.

How do i determine the rarity of Poker Neko (Pre-Flop Phase)?

Rarity depends largely on the poker hand value. Poker hands with pairs and suited connectors are generally preferred in real life poker, likewise, for our NFT collection, they are considered rare traits.

We have adopted Phil Hellmuth's poker starting hand categorization and categorized each Poker Neko from 'tier 1' to 'tier 6' and 'unranked'.

Other traits include the background, color of maneki neko, its accessories, etc. Rarity table has been provided below.

Rarity Table

Where can i buy Poker Neko (Pre-Flop Phase)?

Collection listed on Solsea and MagicEden.

Will there be sale royalties?

Royalties will be 5% of each sale. This will fund the promotion of Poker Neko and its future development.

What can i do with a Poker Neko (Pre-Flop Phase)?

Well, you can use it as a profile picture or good luck charm for your poker games. More importantly, we hope you enjoy the concept and artwork of Poker Neko!

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