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In Texas hold’em, you get to begin with two closed cards. There are five so-called community cards on the table, which are common to all players.
It is played with two blinds small and big paid players respectively. one and two seats to the left of the dealer. Little blind is half a minimum bet, while big blind is equal to the minimum bet. If you play with spread limit at a $ 3/6 $ table, the small blind is $ 1, while big blind is $ 3.

First Betting Round: It is played with the poker messages Bet, Calls, Raise or Fold. The third player after the dealer signs out.
Bet and call the stakes are in the first and second round of betting in games with Limit on minimum effort. Knowing is 3/6 $ tables, that means $ 3. Raise the bet is at an additional 3 $. There cannot be checked in the first round and usually only increased three times.
All remaining players must pay equal to the pool before the round is over.
Three community short turn. The players are joint about the cards.

Second betting round: like first except that now can also be checked. First remaining player after the dealer puts out a message.
Fourth community cards are reversed.

Third betting round: The game is played with all the messages check, bet, call, raise or fold. First remaining player after the dealer puts out.
When playing with the limit is bet and all efforts in the third and fourth bidding maximum efforts. At a $ 3/6 $ table, ie $ 6.
Fifth community card also called the river reversed.

Last bidding round. It is played as in the third round of betting.
Showdown: One hand in Texas Hold’em can consist of five community cards, one closed card, and four community cards or two closed cards and three community cards. The “house” (owner of the venue) usually takes a small part of the pool – the so-called Rake.

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