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Title: Basic Steps How To Play Poker Games Online


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Basic Steps How To Play Poker
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  • Texas Holdem is one of the easiest poker games
    to play, but the hardest to master. Its played
    by absolute beginners and the professionals who
    have made their living from the game. And you
    will see many poker lover setting the game as
    their career option.
  • The games unique blend of strategy, psychology,
    random chance and number crunching has
    successfully attracted a huge audience. Poker
    from a normal game has now turned into a passion.

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  • Want to try your hands on poker tables, but
    confused where to start from? Dont worry, we are
    here with the easy steps that will help you last
    longer in the online poker game. If you're
    interested in learning how to play poker
    yourself, youve come to the right place. We are
    here with the ultimate start-up guide and poker
    strategy for Texas Holdem poker.
  • Without further delay, lets pin you with the
    important steps to rule the poker games online.

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1.
The First step suggested is bring a deck of cards
and mug up the ranking of the Texas holdem poker
game.
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  • Royal Flush (All the same suit, sequence
    A-K-Q-J-T)
  • Straight Flush (Any sequence all the same suit,
    for instance 9-8-7-6-5)
  • Four of a Kind (Four cards that are the same
    value, for instance A-A-A-A)
  • Full House (Three of a kind AND a pair)
  • Flush (All the same suit)
  • Straight (A basic sequence such as 6-5-4-3-2)
  • Three of a kind (Three cards that are the same
    value such as 5-5-5)
  • Two-pair (Two pairs, such as 9-9 AND 5-5)
  • Pair (Any pair whether its A-A or 2-2)
  • High Card (Whatever your highest card is)

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2.
Then familiar yourself with the poker
terminologies
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  • Ante - the first, usually small, the amount of
    money put up in a game, all players must put it
    up if they wish to be dealt in. 
  • Fold - to get out of a hand. You just throw
    your cards away, and that's it. You can do this
    at any point in the game. 
  • Check - Not always possible, but if it is, and
    you don't have a good hand, you can get by
    another round for free (you don't have to bet) 
  • Call - if someone bets, you can say call to put
    up the same amount as him and go to the next
    round. 
  • Raise - If someone bets an amount, and you
    think you have an outstanding hand, you can put
    up as much as he did, and then some. 
  • Capped betting - This means you can't bet
    anymore, you can only call. This happens after
    about 4 raises, or when the limit is met. 
  • Bluff - This is when a player doesn't have a
    very good hand, but bets like crazy so it seems
    like he does.

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3.
The last step is to understand the action within
the play
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  • Everyone antes up.
  • The dealer will deal two cards face down called
    hole cards, starting with the first player on his
    left, and going in a clockwise motion.
  • Everyone looks at their cards, and based on
    what kind of final hand the player thinks he can
    make out of them, he can either call, bet, raise,
    or fold.
  • The dealer will now "burn" the top card of the
    deck, which means he takes and sets it aside.
    After he burns the top card, he will flip first
    three "community cards" which is called lay down
    the "flop" round.

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  • Then the players are supposed to use these
    community cards with their hole cards to create
    the best possible hand (5 cards total). After the
    flop has been flipped, betting will start again,
    this time from the small blind and ends at dealer
    if everyone checks, else always ends on the
    player to the immediate right of the player who
    raised this round.
  • Dealer burns another card, and then the dealer
    lays down one card, called the turn. Another
    round of betting is followed. Dealer burns
    another card, lays the down the last and final
    card. It is called the River.
  • Last round of betting is followed, then you
    flip over your cards. Whoever has the best hand
    (best 5 card combination out of the total 7
    cards), takes the pot!

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I hope the above mentioned guidelines help you
build the stacks.Good Luck!
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Thank You!
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