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No Limit Hold’em

Also known simply as Hold’em, this variation of 7-Card Stud, is becoming the most popular poker game in the world.

Texas Hold’em

Also known simply as Hold’em, this variation of 7-Card Stud is one of the most popular poker games in the world.

 

Sequence of Events

[1] Blinds: Two (2) players left of the dealer button both post blinds equal to exactly half the limit they are playing. Example $4-$8 Hold′em, blinds are $2-$4. (This is equal to the ” ante” in 7 Card Stud).

[2] Dealer Button: This button is used to determine where the action starts, once the game begins this buttons moves one person to the right (clockwise) for every new deal.

[3] Pocket or Hole Cards: Dealer deals each player 2 cards face down.

[4] PreFlop: First betting round.

[5] The Flop: Dealer turns over 3 community cards.

[6] Second betting round: after the Flop.

[7] The Turn: Dealer turns over 1 community card.

[8] Third betting round: after the Turn.

[9] The River: Dealer turns over one last community card.

[10] At this point there will be 5 community cards of which you will make your best 5-card poker hand. You can use all 5 community cards and none from your hole cards to make your best hand, 4 community cards and 1 from your hole cards to make your best hand or 3 community cards and both of your hole cards to make your best hand.

[11] Final Betting Round after The River.

[12] Showdown. The Showdown is where players reveal their hands to produce the winner. The winner is the highest-ranking poker hand available from all hands remaining after the river card.

Texas Hold’em Rules and Game Play

Posted on Monday, July 18th, 2016 at 3:54 am under How to play, Regal Poker Blog, Texas hold´em
Learning how to play a game of Texas Hold'em can seem much more difficult than it really is.  Poker is a game of chance. However, when you introduce the concept of betting, poker gains quite a bit of skill and psychology. The game itself is   ❱ Read More by Steve Carr
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Poker Hands Probability – Texas hold’em

Posted on Friday, May 6th, 2016 at 5:22 pm under Poker Tips & Strategies, Regal Poker Blog, Texas hold´em
In poker, the probability of many events can be determined by direct calculation. When calculating poker hands probabilities for a card game such as Texas Hold 'em, there are two basic approaches. The first approach is to determine the number of outcomes that satisfy the condition being evaluated and divide   ❱ Read More by Steve Carr
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Texas Hold’em Poker Hands

Posted on Wednesday, May 4th, 2016 at 10:09 pm under Regal Poker Blog, Texas hold´em
Texas hold'em is the most popular of all poker variations. When playing the game for the first time, you will be confronted with some of the basic rules: Each player is dealt two hole cards in Texas hold'em with the overall goal of making the   ❱ Read More by Steve Carr
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How to Win in Texas Holdem

Posted on Monday, April 25th, 2016 at 4:45 pm under How to play, Regal Poker Blog, Texas hold´em
Check Regal Poker for Latest Poker News, poker strategy tips and more. The most important decision you will make is choosing to play a starting hand. The biggest mistake a player makes is playing too many hands. Being aware of your Position in relationship to   ❱ Read More by Steve Carr
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