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How to Play Texas Hold ‘Em

Texas Hold 'em is a very easy-to-learn game. Each player is dealt two personal cards, and then five community cards are turned up on the board. The object of the game is to make the best five card hand using any combination of the seven cards. There are four betting rounds and the first two have a limit of $2 and the last two rounds have a limit of $4 (or set any dollar amount you like). You must bet or raise only the amount of the limit for that round.

These are the basic rules for Texas Hold 'Em Poker:

  • The two players to the left of the dealer put out blind bets. Usually the "first blind" (the player to the left of the dealer) puts up half the minimum bet, and the "second blind" puts up the full minimum bet.
  • Each player is dealt two cards, face down. These are known as hole cards.
  • A round of betting takes place (clockwise), beginning with the player to the left of the second blind. Each player can call, raise, or fold when it's their turn to bet.
  • The dealer then flips the next three cards face up on the table. These cards are called the "flop", and are are community cards in that everyone can use them in combination with their own hole cards to make their hand.
  • Betting begins again with the player to the dealer’s left.
  • The dealer plays another card face up onto the table. This fourth community card is called the "turn" or "Fourth Street."
  • Betting begins again with the player to the dealer’s left. The dealer plays the final community card, the "river" or "Fifth Street."
  • Players use any combination of seven cards to form the best possible five-card Poker hand.
  • The final round of betting occurs, starting with the player left of the dealer.
  • All players who remain in the game (if you didn't fold) reveal their hands.
  • The player with the best hand wins.

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