Poker Hand Rankings
Royal Straight Flush
An Ace high Straight Flush
Five successive cards of the equal suit
Four of a Kind
Three of a kind and one pair
Five cards of the equal suit
Five successive cards
Three of a kind
Fundamental Betting Decisions
All poker games apply the similar fundamental betting decisions:
- Check if you want to avoid betting, by doing so, you will be still in the pot, without losing you few $$; however, if you check always you will be looked upon as an irritator.
- Bet to create a wager by placing chips into the pot.
- Call to place a sum equivalent to the bet of one more player (to equal the bet).
- Raise to create a bet rising the amount of an earlier bet on that betting round (to boost the bet).
- Fold to turn in the cards to the dealer to conclude your play of that hand.
All poker games use planned betting. The player has no choice and will have to consider making the lowest amount of the bet to stay in the game. If the game is a limit game, the maximum bet permitted is planned if you have better cards.
If the game is No-Limit, the player may possibly bet from the lowest up to the sum of chips he or she has at the table. If the game is Pot-Limit, the player may possibly bet from the lowest up to the amount of the pot, given he or she has adequate chips to act thus.