Texas Hold'em Poker



In Texas Hold’em Poker, the player needs to finish with the best poker hand and win the pot. Although the Texas Hold'em rules are easily learned and deceptively simple you still need to make good decisions and a decent slice of luck.

Texas Hold 'Em Poker is available Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights - bookings for a seat at the Poker table can be made at the Cash Desk in the Table Gaming Room.

Sequence of Play

  • The Players to the left of the Dealer begin by posting the blind bets. Two Hole cards are dealt to each Player - face-down.
  • First round of betting - options are to fold, bet, or raise.
  • Three community cards (Flop) are dealt face-up in the centre of the table.
  • Second round of betting - options are to check, fold, bet, or raise.
  • Fourth community card (Turn) is dealt face-up.
    Third round of betting - options are to check, fold, bet, or raise.
  • Fifth and final community card (River) is dealt face-up.
  • Final round of betting follows.
  • Make your best 5 card Poker hand out of the Five Community Cards and Two Hole Cards.
  • Best Hand Wins.


Texas Hold'em Poker Dictionary

  • Blind Bet - a forced bet that is made instead of an Ante by the two Players to the left of the Dealer.
  • A "Small Blind" is placed by the Player to the Dealer's left.
  • The "Big Blind" is placed by the Player left of the Small Blind
  • Flop - the dealing of the first three community cards
  • Turn - the fourth community card dealt River - the fifth, and final, community card dealt
  • Hole Cards - two cards that are dealt face down for only the player to see


 

Texas Hold'em Poker
Texas Hold'em Poker
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