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Texas Holdem Gambling

 

 

by Jerry "Jet" Whittaker

Dec 8, 2006

 

 

About Texas holdem:

 

Among all the other community card poker games Texas holdem is one of the most popular and also the most popular poker variant played in most of the casinos in the United States of America. Theoretically it can be played by almost 22 people but generally 2 to 10 numbers of persons. Texas holdem is one of the most positional of all poker variants as the order of variants of betting is fixed throughout all the betting rounds of the game. There are other versions of the game namely seven card studs and the Omaha holdem that are commonly played outside the United States and perhaps are more popular than the original version of the game. The no limit betting form of Texas holdem is used in the main event of the world series of poker and the world poker tour. However before racing down to the casino and signing up for a high stakes tournament one needs to learn the basics of the game and get some playing experience in low limit games.

 

How to play:

 

The gambling of Texas holdem is said to be deceptively simple game to learn but at the same time is harder to master. In this game each of the players is dealt with two personal cards and then community cards are turned up on the board. The best five card hand is made using any combination of the seven cards. For example in a low limit structure of $2/4 there are usually four betting rounds and the first of the two rounds has a limit of $4. A player can only bet or raise only the amount of the limit for that round. In the beginning of the game when a round starts a new hand two blind bets are put up or posted the player who is seated immediately to the left hand side of the dealer puts up the small blind that is half the minimum bet one dollar. Then the player to the left of the big blind which is equal to the minimum bet which is two dollars for the same round of the game. The rest of the players do not put up any money to start the hand as the deal rotates around the table and each of the players eventually acts as the big and the small blind and the dealer.              

 

 

 

 

 

 


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