The rules of Texas Hold’em
At the start of Texas Hold’em poker, the dealer shuffles up a standard deck of 52 cards. In casinos and lounges to play cards, the dealer does not play. However, when lack of dealers or at home games, players can be themselves dealer games. In games where dealers are themselves players, the dealer changes each hand in a clockwise direction. In games dealer, a round disc called the “dealer button” moves clockwise from one player to another in each hand. Button indicates which player is the dealer if the game is self-dealer.
In Texas Hold’em poker game no antes to be mandatory for all players, instead of this, there are two forced bets called Blinds. Games start by putting a predetermined amount of money (the Blinds) into the pot before the cards are dealt, two players left by the so-called dealer or dealer (button), thus ensuring that there is something to be played each hand. In tournaments, this amount increases after a temporal scheme, to ensure the elimination of players.
Most often, the small blind (player to the left of the dealer) puts half the minimum bet and the player left to the big blind put full minimum bet. This is called “posting the blinds.”
Each player is dealt two cards; face down (books closed). Their value must be kept secret, and usually this is done by covering the books with one hand while turning up one corner of their own. Locked books should sit on the table, but can be lifted for a moment by the player, to ensure that it has seen well. Then back up on the table and can be consulted at any time during a hand, but only by the player whom they dealt.
The game is to combine these two cards with the five books to be placed eventually in front of the dealer (“Board”) to make the best possible poker books (see “Hand Rank”) between players. This hand may consist of two closed and three board cards, a closed book and four Boards or – very rarely – none of the books closed, but only those Boards. The holder of this card wins the pot bands (all stakes that were raised). Each player has the following options:
Fold: This means that the player wants to play hand and give up books. Thus waive any right to the money raised in the pot, even if he paid one of the blinds.
Call: This means that the player wants to play the hand by paying an amount equal to the current betuli. It should be noted that postflop can have the option to check if there is no bet made until then.
Raise: This means that the player will raise the current bet. But if there is no current bet, you can do one, choosing bet.