In Pokeropoly, the Chance Cards are replaced with a a deck of playing cards. All chance spaces on the board are replaced with Pokeropoly spaces. When a player lands on a Pokeropoly space all players begin Texas Hold'em Pokeropoly.
Roll the Monopoly dice to determine how many hands of Pokeropoly will be played.
Begin playing Texas Hold'em. Players will bet / big blind & little blind with their Monopoly cash.
The most exciting part of Pokeropoly is the ability to wager a Monopoly Property (this includes Railroads and Utilities).
All players that have not folded must have at least one property in order to be able to wager a property. Only one property betting round per hand is permitted in Texas Hold'em Pokeropoly.
A player may only call property wager by wagering one of their own properties. Properties have varying values. Therefore; if a player calls another players property wager with a lesser value property, they will need to also wager the cash difference between the purchase price of the highest wagered property. Wagering a property with a greater value is considered as a call and raise.
Houses and hotels can be wagered at their purchase price. If a property has been wagered, a player with houses / hotel on their properties can use the houses / hotel to call without wagering a property itself. The player must wager houses / hotel until the purchase price of the highest wagered property is met or exceeded. If the player runs out of houses / hotel they can complete the call with cash. Houses / hotels won in poker hands may be placed on owned properties with / without a Monopoly being established. Hotels lost in poker hands played do not restore houses.[All In: Only one property can be wagered per hand; therefore "all in" means mortgaging all remaining properties]