Indian Poker is not really a poker game at all. Three to eight players play it. What is unique about Indian Poker is that players see everyone else’s card but not their own.
To play Indian Poker, each player antes up. This means that each player puts an equal amount of money in the pot. The dealer gives each player one card, and the player places it, facing outward, on his forehead.
All players declare based on the others’ cards whether they want to stay in our fold. Usually this is done by all players who wish to stay in keeping their cards up while those who wish to fold drop their cards. It is essential that all players do this at the same time.
The player with the highest card wins the pot. All the other players who stayed in must match the pot. The cards are reshuffled and play begins again. The game continues until only one player stays in.