Texas Holdem Poker

 

Texas Holdem Poker


Texas Holdem Poker

In Texas Holdem the objective is to obtain a higher ranking poker hand than the dealer, using your own two cards as well as the five community cards on the table to produce the best 5-card poker hand.

The game is played with one 52-card deck, shuffled before each round. The Table Limits sign indicates the minimum and maximum Ante bet limit. The Flop bet is double the Ante bet. The Turn and River bets are equal to the Ante bet. Payouts are made according to the paytable. To view the Paytable, move the pointer over the Table Limits sign.

Place an Ante bet and click the Deal button. Two cards are dealt face up to you, and two cards face down to the dealer. You must either call the Flop bet to continue or fold and surrender the Ante bet. If you choose to call the Flop, three community cards are dealt face up. At this point you can choose to make a Turn bet, or check to continue without any additional bet. A fourth community card in Texas Holdem Poker is dealt face up. You can choose to make a River bet, or check to continue without any additional bet. A fifth community card is dealt face up and the showdown between player and dealer evaluated.