Flop Rules in Texas Hold’em No Limit
After the end of the preflop round of trading, according to the rules of the game in Texas Hold’em, the players remaining in the hand get the opportunity to see three community cards, i.e. flop cards. A round of betting with three open community cards is called a “flop”.
The second and subsequent 먹튀검증업체 of betting begin with the player in the small blind. Starting with the flop, the last word in the betting round always belongs to the dealer, that is, the player on the button.
The flop player can do the following:
Skip the move and not bet (ie click on the “Check” button). On the flop (ie, on the flop, turn and river), each of the players in the right to do so, as long as none of the opponents did not bet.
Place a bet (click on the “Raise” button). In Texas Hold’em No Limit, the player himself chooses the size of the bet, but it should not be less than the size of the big blind. After one of the players made a bet on the flop, the other will no longer be able to miss a move. They must either equalize the bet, or place a larger bet, or discard their cards, refusing to further draw their hand.
After players equalize their bets, trading on the flop is considered completed. All bets made are added to the common pot, and the players remaining in the hand go to the next round of betting – the turn.
Turn Rules in Texas Hold’em No Limit
After the end of the second round of trading (flop), according to the rules of the game of Texas Hold’em, the players remaining in the hand get the opportunity to see another common card – the turn card. A round of betting with four open community cards is called a turn.
Poker table on the turnYou can also use the fourth community card, the turn card, to compose your combination. Players who are still participating in the bank draw spend another, third in a row, round of betting. The rules of the game on the turn are the same as on the flop.