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A Look at Casino Games (Part 7)

Welcome back for the seventh part of Win A Day Casino's in-depth perspective of Casino games. Slot games are very popular with our players for many reasons, but we also offer a great selection of table games. Today we're taking a look at how to play Texas Hold 'Em. Since the turn of the century, Texas Hold 'Em has been the most popular and most played style of poker.

How To Play

To begin the hand two players put in the "Blinds". These are forced bets to start the action. The player immediately to the dealers left places the "Small Blind". The player immediately to that player's left places the "Big Blind". That is usually double the small blind.

Each player is dealt two cards face down. These are the "Hole cards" or "Pocket cards". Then there is a round of betting starting with the player immediately to the left of the big blind. Continuing to the left, each player has the option of calling the big blind, meaning putting out the same bet as the big blind. They can fold their hand, putting themselves out of that hand. Or, they can raise by putting in chips equal to at least double the big blind. The big blind has final option to raise or end that round of betting. The dealer then deals the "Flop". He takes the top card from the deck and discards it to the side. The then takes the next three cards and places them face up. These are the community cards that each player can use to make their best hand. Casino games like these require a strong understanding of powerful hands.

Betting Continues

One of the reasons this is one of the most popular casino games is the betting aspect. Another round of betting starts with the small blind and continues to the left. Again they can fold, bet equal to the big blind or raise a previous bet. At the end of that round of betting the dealer will discard the top card and place one card face up on the board. This is followed by another round of betting.

At the end of that round of betting the dealer will discard the top card and place one card face up on the board. This is the "River" card. This is followed by the last betting round. After all betting is finished the last player that placed a bet or raise that was called has to show his cards to announce his hand. He can use any five of the seven cards including the five on the board and the two in his hand. If any player thinks he has a better hand he will turn his cards over show he has the winning hand. The winner collects his chips. The dealer position moves to the left one position along with the blinds and we start a new hand.

It is so simple and easy to learn but it will take you a life time to master. I hope this helps to get you started and we'll see you at the tables playing our fantastic casino games.