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Texas Holdem Poker     

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Overview

Texas Hold’em poker is the most loved poker game in the world. Driven by the popularity of tournament poker, Texas Hold’em is definitely the card game played by the maximum people in the world. Also called, Hold’em, this game is a community card game where each player is dealt 2 private cards and 5 communities/open cards.

What is Texas Hold'em Poker ?

Texas Hold'em poker is the most famous card game. Every player on the table gets two cards (dealt face-down) not visible to other players which are called "hole cards". Apart from the hole cards, there are five cards face-up on the table, these face-up dealt cards are termed as "community cards". 

How to Play Texas holdem Poker ?

In the beginning, two cards are dealt face down to each player; these cards are known as "hole cards". This is followed by a round of betting. In Texas Hold'em, the betting starts with a small blind, to the left of the dealer that is followed by a big blind (In heads-up, the dealer becomes small blind). These are compulsory or forced bets that must be made before seeing one's cards. The play runs clockwise starting from the blinds, with each player having the option to fold, call, or raise. The blinds are "live", meaning that they may raise in quantity when the action gets back around to them. In case of only two players, the dealer posts the small blind and the second player places the big blind. The action comes back to the small blind, who needs to make his move (call, fold, or raise) based on the strength of his cards to continue the betting.

Again the next 3 cards are dealt face up in the middle of the table; this is called the "flop". A round of betting follows, with action starting from the first blind, i.e. immediately to the dealers left. Another card is dealt face up (called the "Turn"), followed by another round of betting, again beginning to the dealer's left. Then the final card (the "River") is dealt which is followed by the final round of betting.

Texas Hold'em is played for high cards only, each player needs to make the best five-card combination (as per the hand ranking) to win the pot. Players may or may not use both of their hole cards to make their best hand. A player may even use all five cards on the table i.e. “play the board” & use no hole cards at all'.

What are the Variants of Texas Hold'em Poker Game?

The goal of Texas Hold’em is to make the best 5 card combination from the 7 cards at the disposal of each player. A player is free to use one, both or none of his hole cards to make this best hand.

Texas Hold’em has the following variants depending on betting rules.

  1. No Limit Texas Hold’em - This is most played variant of Texas hold’em where there is no limit on betting. A player can bet as much as he wants.

  2. Fixed Limit Texas Hold’em - In this variant, there is a limit on the amount that a player can bet.

  3. Pot Limit Texas Hold’em- In this variant, a player can bet any amount up to the size of the pot.

At Adda52.com, you can play the most popular poker variant in India-No Limit Texas Hold’em. Before you start playing the game, it is best to learn the game and acquaint yourself with the game rules. To make this learning easier for you, we have divided our tutorial section into various parts-

Learn Texas Hold'em Poker Rules

Poker Texas Hold'em Starting Hand Rankings

For Texas Hold’em Hand Rankings, click here

Learn Texas Hold'em Strategies, Tips and Tricks

 
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