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An Introduction to Texas Hold 'em Poker Online
Texas Holdem Poker is the most popular of all the poker games. Players are dealt two cards and five community cards are dealt face up in the centre of the table. Your hand is decided by using five cards out of the seven to get the best hand available. The more you play Texas Hold em, the better player you will become.

How Do I Play Texas Hold'em Poker? Step by Step Guide to Texas Hold'em

Texas Hold em is regarded as the best and easiest game for new poker players to play. A game of Texas Hold 'em poker follows this basic routine:

1. The 2 players to the left of the dealer post a stake of a predetermined amount. This is known as 'posting the blind' and ensures there is some money to play for.

2. All players are dealt 2 cards from a standard deck of 52 playing cards.

3. A round of betting takes place with the knowledge of only 2 cards in your 5 card hand. You are able to check, raise or fold your hand.

4. The dealer then deals 3 cards face up in the middle of the table, 'the flop'. The cards in the flop can be used by all players to make the best hand possible. Another round of betting takes place after the flop, with the same three choices as the first round of betting.

5. A fourth card is then dealt as another community card in the centre of the table, 'the turn'. This card is used by all players remaining to improve their hands, if possible. Another round of betting takes place.

6. The dealer deals a fifth and final card into the centre of the table, 'the river'. This last card is used by all players to complete the best hand they can get using all seven cards available to them. Another round of betting takes place.

7. All players remaining in the game begin to reveal their hands. The player with the best hand wins the pot.

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