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WHAT IS IT
Poker is an extremely popular game of chance, simple to understand, with great interaction between players. You need to be aware of your opponents' gestures and decisions to know when to fold, bluff or call. There are many variations of this game, but the most popular is Texas Hold'em, which is the one we are going to describe.
HOW TO PLAY
Each player receives two hole cards from the dealer who also has five community cards on the table. To win, the player must match his cards with three of the five community cards.
There are four betting rounds: one after the participants receive the two hole cards, another as soon as three open cards are placed on the table at once (Flop) and another two after two cards are opened on the table, one at a time (called Turn and River), for a total of seven cards in play for each competitor.
Before the cards are dealt, the two players to the dealer's left must place their bets, called the Big Blind and Small Blind.
The Small Blind pays half the amount of the Big Blind bet and the other participants must cover or increase the amount of chips bet to continue in the game.
If someone raises the bet, the others must pay the difference to play.
With the hole cards dealt, the player to the left of the Big Blind can exit the game, cover the bet or raise the value (also called “re-rolling”). The other participants also choose one of these three moves. At the end of this first round of betting, the dealer presents the Flop (the three initial open cards).
The second betting round then takes place, initiated by the player to the dealer's left. Then the dealer places the turn on the table (the fourth upcard).
Another round of betting follows, initiated again by the player to the dealer's left. At the end of the third betting round, the River (fifth open card) is placed on the table.
Participants then make the last round of betting and show their games (known as a Showdown), starting with the last one that opened the betting or rerolled.
Only this player is obliged to show his game. The others, if they realize they can't win, can leave their cards hidden. However, if someone owns a bigger game, they should show it to everyone. The highest combination takes all the chips.
These are the Poker combinations, in order of importance:
ROYAL STRAIGHT FLUSH
It's 5 cards in a row of the same suit, from 10 to Ace. It's the best possible hand in poker, but the chances of getting it are minimal.
There are 5 cards in a row of the same suit, other than 10 to Ace.
There are 4 identical cards. In the event of a tie, the player with the highest court wins.
Uma trinca (trio) e um par. Em caso de empate, ganha o jogador com a trinca mais alta.
There are 5 cards of the same suit without being followed. If two players have a flush, the one with the highest card wins. If neither player has any other cards, there is a tie.
It's 5 cards in a row regardless of suit. In the event of a tie, whoever has the highest streak wins.
There are 3 identical cards, plus 2 different cards. In the event of a tie, the player with the highest set wins.
There are two pairs of cards. In the event of a tie, whoever has the highest highest pair wins. If they have the same value, the player with the highest low pair wins. If there is still a tie, the one with the highest card wins.
There are 2 identical cards, plus 3 different cards. In the event of a tie, whoever has the highest pair wins. If they are the same, the one with the highest card wins.
If there is no combination, whoever has the highest card wins.
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