Most hands of poker begin a forced bet blindly. This ensures a minimum of action for each hand. Texas Hold’em is forced with two blinds (a forced bet made before the hole cards are dealt) played. The two players to the left of the dealer bets that the two shutters. The small blind is the first player bets and the big blind every second. The big blind is always equal to the minimum bet of the table and the small blind is half.
In a betting round, each player in turn selects one of the following options:
BET: putting money in the pot
Call: Place a bet equal to the bet of another player in the pot.
Check: Package hand and a chance to win the pot.
Fold: Pack your right to act (unless another bid is made).
Levante: Bet more than any other player at the table.
Re-raise: More improve other players bet.
First round PARIS – The pre-flop:
Once the blinds have been made, the dealer deals two cards to each player moving clockwise around the table. These two cards are called “hole cards” cards or “hole”.
Once these players to decide whether to make a bet, it’s the turn of the player after the big blind to start the round. In the first round, you can not “pass”, but you can do one of the following options: bet, call, raise or fold. All players must bet the same amount of chips for the game continues.
If a player raises, the player must go to either raise or fold.
Second round of Paris – The flop:
The dealer places three cards in the middle of the table – known as the flop. These three cards are community cards, and can be combined with two cards, each player can use in the hand.
The players who remain in the game now begin their second round. The player to the left of the dealer starts the betting round. You can choose from the following options: increase share, check, call or fold. All players have the same amount of chips into the pot or fold before the end of each round of play. The same rule applies to paris in the future.
Third Round – The Turn:
The dealer places a fourth community card on the table so that all players have six cards to do with the best hand. A round of betting.
Fourth Round – The River
The fifth community card is dealt at the final table, followed by a final round of betting.
In total, you can use five of the seven cards. This means that each player makes the best five-card hand with their two hole cards and the five community cards on the table. There is no obligation to use one of your hole cards, if desired. You can play the best hand, if the table exists. The remaining players show their cards to determine the winner.