Maneki Neko Trivia
Maneki Neko often hold things in their paws. These include:
Texas Hold'em Poker Trivia
However since suits have no absolute value in this poker variant, many of these hands are identical in value before the flop. For example, A♥ J♥ and A♠ J♠ 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 × 12 / 2 = 78 suited hands and 78 unsuited hands (13 + 78 + 78 = 169).
Inspiration for Poker Neko (Pre-Flop Phase)
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)?
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.
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