TigerGaming Takes Pineapple Open Face Chinese Poker to the Next Level

TigerGaming Pineapple Open Face Chinese Poker

Pineapple Open Face Chinese Poker is one of the most exciting and fun card game you can play, and now it could also be one of the most lucrative thanks to TigerGaming. Traditionally played as a cash game, TigerGaming has put a unique spin on Pineapple Open Face Chinese Poker by adding them to its repertoire of Windall jackpot sit & go tournaments.

Windfall tournaments are TigerGaming's take on jackpot sit & go tournaments, where the prize pool is randomly determined before any of the entrants receive their cards. Most of the time, the prize pool is twice or three times the size of your buy-in, but it can be as much as 500 times if Lady Luck shines down on you. That means you could be playing for a $1,500 or $4,000 prize pool if you enter a $3 or $8 buy-in game, respectively.

Multiplier$3 Windfall OFC$8 Windfall OFC

The main difference between traditional Open Face Chinese Poker and Pineapple Open Face Chinese Poker is the way the cards are dealt. Both game begin with five cards dealt all at one during the initial deal, but Pineapple sees player dealt three cards for every subsequent deal, with the option to discard.

The ultimate goal is to make a 13-card poker hand in a 3+5+5 configuration. Your top row is the weakest hand, the second row must be better than the top row, and the bottom row must trump both of the rows above it.

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Points Scoring in TigerGaming Windfall Pineapple Open Face Chinese Poker

You earn points based on the strength of your hands and the rows those hands are on. In addition, you receive one point for each row that is superior to your opponents, but lose a point if someone beats you on a row. "Scoop" and win six points by having the best hand across all three rows.

HandTop handMiddle handBottom hand
Pair of sixes1  
Pair of sevens2  
Pair of eights3  
Pair of nines4  
Pair of tens5  
Pair of jacks6  
Pair of queens7  
Pair of kings8  
Pair of aces9  
Trip twos102 
Trip threes112 
Trip fours122 
Trip fives132 
Trip sixes142 
Trip sevens152 
Trip eights162 
Trip nines172 
Trip tens182 
Trip jacks192 
Trip queens202 
Trips kings212 
Trip aces222 
Straight 42
Flush 84
Full House 126
Four of a kind 2010
Straight flush 3015
Royal flush 5025

It is possible to enter something amazing called Fantasyland, where you receive 14 cards face-up, giving you a significant advantage over your opponents. You enter Fantasyland at TigerGaming by crafting a hand where you have at least a pair of queens on the top row, and do not foul during the rest of the hand!

It is possible to re-enter Fantasyland while you are in it by setting your hand with at least a pair of queens on the top or quads or better on the bottom, with no fouls.

Join TigerGaming Today and Receive $1,000 in Bonus Money

TigerGaming is waiting for you with open arms and is offering all PokerNews readers the chance to bag themselves a 100% up to $1,000 welcome bonus to kickstart their careers at this long-running online poker site. Download TigerGaming via PokerNews, create your free account, and make a deposit of at least $50, and TigerGaming will match your initial deposit 100% up to a maximum of $1,000.

You need to email TigerGaming's excellent support team, who will activate your welcome bonus. Send an email to support@tigergaming, stating your account number, deposit amount, plus the date and time of your deposit, along with a mention of the bonus code "NEWTG" within 24 hours of depositing, and your bonus will be activated within 24 hours.

Once activated, you have 30 days to release as much of the bonus into your playable balance as possible. The bonus releases in $5 increments each time you contribute $50 to the cash game rake or pay in tournament fees.

  • TigerGaming is the only place you can play Pineapple Open Face Chinese Poker jackpot SNG.

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