FAQs

At least two players have to be at a game table for the game to begin.
The minimum buy-in for our No Limit poker table is 10 times the small blind, which is the lowest bet that can be made at a table. For example, on a ₹10 small blind table, the minimum buy-in would be ₹100.
All you have to do is wait for a hand to finish. You can always join a table as a spectator while a hand is in progress but you can only begin playing before a new hand is dealt.
You can leave the table after a hand has finished. Click on ‘Leave Table’ when you’re done playing.
We have taken strict measures to ensure that the fair play on the site is continuously maintained at all times. Our software is programmed to give us detailed daily reports on all activities on the site which then highlight to us any activity that maybe considered even remotely collusive or fraudulent. The information thus highlighted will then be thoroughly investigated by our in house fraud control team. Any Stringent action will be taken by our legal; team against players found to be involved in collusive/ fraudulent activity on the site which effects our game play. Please refer to our fair play page for detailed information on our certifications and guarantees

Texas Hold’em has a few simple conditions for splitting the pot but check out these examples to get a clear idea.

If player X, let’s call him Rohan has a King of Spades and a Queen of Clubs and player Y, let’s call him Deepak has King of Hearts and Queen of Diamonds and the community cards are King of Diamonds, 9 of Spades, 8 of Hearts, 5 of Diamonds and 2 of Clubs. Both players have a pair of Kings with 9-8-5 kickers. They split the pot.

If Rohan has a Queen of Hearts with 7 of Clubs and Deepak has Queen of Spades and 2 of Diamonds and the community cards are the Queen of Diamonds, Jack of Clubs. 10 of Spades, 10 of Hearts, 2 of Clubs. Both players hold a two pair, Queens and 10s, with a Jack kicker. They split the pot.

The third and rarest situation of them all is called “Playing the Board”. This is when the player elects to go with only the community cards on the board instead of using any of his hole cards in his final hand. If Rohan has a 2 of Clubs and 7 of Spades, Deepak has 4 of Hearts and 8 of Clubs and Player C has a 10 of Spades and 6 of Diamonds and the community cards are Ace of Hearts, Spades, Clubs and Diamonds as well a King of Spades. Then they split the pot because all three players choose to play the board as their best hand.

Our games run on most modern machines without the need to install additional hardware of software. In case you’re having any trouble playing poker, make sure to check if your computer matches up to the minimum configuration below.

  1. CPU - Pentium 4 or above is recommended.
  2. RAM - A minimum of 512MB is recommended.
  3. Operating System - We support our games on Android, iOS versions as well as other versions of Microsoft Windows including server editions.
  4. Screen Resolution - 1024x768 is recommended.
  5. Supported Internet Browsers - Internet Explorer 6 and above, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari 5.0 and later, Opera 12 and above.
  6. Please note that your browser must have JavaScript enabled
  7. Speakers are required to listen to Game Sounds.
  8. For an optimum gameplay experience, all Pop-up blockers must be disabled in your browser, allowing PokerHigh.com to run freely.
  9. The latest version of Adobe Flash Player should be installed and up to date.
  10. Internet Connection - We recommend a high-speed broadband connection of 512 Kbps and above, with little or no packet loss and low latency to our servers.
  11. Please note that the multi-tabling will require a faster connection than what is required for basic Internet use such as browsing and emailing.
  12. When you get disconnected with the Internet during a game, auto play gets activated and points are calculated based on your grouping.