About Strip Poker

If you are really still wondering what is Strip Poker - it is a game of Poker played by two or more people where the player(s) loosing a hand have to take an item of their clothes off. Some variations are possible here: for example, if there are more than 2 players, only the player(s) who lost the most have to strip. In a more common variant all the players apart from the winner do strip.
Any community variant of poker, such as Texas Holdem, Omaha, Draw or Seven Card Stud is suitable for playing Strip Poker. Also, some specialised casinos combining adult entertainment with gambling offer playing Strip Poker against the dealer, in which case any casino-style variant, such as Caribbean Stud, is suitable.
Although Strip Poker isn't necessarily played for real money, as in any poker, some form of betting is essential. For example, the chips that can't be exchanged for real money can be evenly distributed among the players before the game starts. Another variant of the game allows the players to buy back the items of clothes they've lost. This may or may not require approval of the other players.

General conventions for playing Strip Poker:
  • All players should have approximately the same number of items of clothes to take off at the start of the game.
  • If a player who lost a hand refuses to take clothes off - it's OK, but such a player should be asked to leave the game.
  • The player who has no clothes left normally leaves the game.