This page will list out certain tips and/or tricks to playing Full House Poker. This game is based on Texas Hold 'Em. When you play Texas Hold 'Em, your goal is to make the best possible five-card poker hand by combining the two cards dealt to you with the five cards dealt face-up for all players to use. As each of the face-up cards is dealt, you can bet, raise, call, or fold according to how good a hand you're developing. Once the last face-up card is dealt, the remaining players find out who is really holding the winning hand.
Assigning the ButtonEdit
Starting with a single 52-card deck, the dealer deals a single card to each player. The player with the high card is assinged the Dealer Button, also known as "the Button," which indicates where the dealer will start dealing cards for each hand. The two players to the left of the Button are responsible for seeding the pot with mandatory bets called the Small Blind and the Big Blind. The Button moves one player to the left at the start of each hand, so everybody gets a chance to contribute to the pot.
Next, two hole cards are dealt face down to each player.
The first round of betting occurs after the hole cards are dealt, beginning with the player to the left of the Big Blind and continuing clockwise until all players have called, raised, or folded.
After the first round of betting is concluded, the dealer deals three face-up community cards called the Flop. Once the Flop is dealt, another round of betting occurs, beginning with the player to the left of the dealer and continuing clockwise.
Next, a single community card called theTurn is dealt, followed by another betting round.
The final, single community card, called the River, is then dealt, followed by the fourth and final round of betting.
If more than one player remains after the final round of betting, a Showdown occurs. In this case, players reveal their cards and the one with the best hand claims the pot. If multiple players tie for the best hand, they split the pot.
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- The in-game help.
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