November 4, 2005 — Misinformation regarding the game of “Chinese Poker” is prevalent on the Internet. Websites offering information on Chinese Poker make glaring errors in their versions of the rules of play, and in some cases even confuse it with another game entirely.
Chinese Poker FAQ is a website that has sprung up which looks to provide the most concise information regarding Chinese Poker on the Internet.
“I made Chinese Poker FAQ because I really enjoy Chinese Poker, and after searching for information on the web, I was truly disgusted with what I found.” is the claim made by site creator Daniel Fong. “One website I came across said that ‘Chinese Poker is played with a standard 52 card deck and 13 cards are dealt to each player’. They are correct in this regard, but they then went on to say that the game ‘can be played with up to 6 players.’ Tell me how can you deal 6 people 13 cards each… out of a 52 card deck?”
It seems that Daniel is justified in his claims and he is intent on providing interested parties with correct information about Chinese Poker.
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