Mixed poker games have become very popular in recent years, especially since the introduction of a $50,000 Championship H.O.R.S.E. event at the World Series. Our 8-Game Mix gives you the chance to play the following different poker games:
PokerStars 8-Game Mix is played with six players, with the game changing every six hands (or every level in a tournament). The first six hands are Limit 2-7 Triple Draw, with Limit Hold’em next, and so on. When the last hand of Pot Limit Omaha is complete, the rotation goes back to Limit 2-7 Triple Draw and begins again. The game currently being played is displayed at the top of the table window, along with how many hands have been played so far.
Our 8-Game Mix differs to other mixed games like H.O.R.S.E, because it includes rounds of No Limit Hold’em and Pot Limit Omaha, whereas most mixed games are played as limit only. When the game switches to the No Limit and Pot Limit section, the blinds and antes decrease accordingly to ensure the stakes remain consistent.
Learn How to Play 8-Game for Free
If you are unfamiliar with 8-Game Mix poker games, we recommend you try them out first to get a feel for how they’re played. You are always welcome to play on free poker tables at PokerStars, and sharpen your skills before playing real money poker.
Finally, if you like to play other Mixed Game variants, we recommend you check out our H.O.R.S.E. mix, another mix of popular poker games, or our Hold’em/Omaha games. These mixed games are a nice change of pace from the popular Texas Hold’em game, and they are also available in our poker tournaments selection.
Other Poker Game Pages
We also offer the following games:
- Texas Hold’em
- Omaha Hi/Lo
- 5 Card Omaha
- 5 Card Omaha Hi/Lo
- Courchevel Hi/Lo
- Seven Card Stud
- Seven Card Stud Hi/Low
- Five Card Draw
- 2-7 Single Draw Lowball
- 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball
- Triple Stud
You may also be interested in visiting pages about the poker room in general. You can find information about the following subjects:
If you have any questions about 8-Game on PokerStars, please email Support.