Poker Hands

Poker Hands


Poker Hands

Poker is well known as one of the most enjoyable and popular hobbies and past times of all. It has also become popular online and with this reason, so many people have indulged into playing poker over the internet. Poker is basically a family of casino card games where players stake over which hand the strongest is best depending on the rules of the game. If you are a fan of poker but do not know how to play poker, then you can actually learn how to play poker through various poker books that are available for free over the internet or through any good book shop.

There are three major types of poker: straight, community, and seven-card stud. The rules of each type of poker differ in the way the ante is raised, the style of betting, the type of cards dealt, and the betting rounds in each game. So, to get the best opportunity for winning, you must be familiar with each type of poker, study their ante and betting rules and choose the one that suits your playing style.

Straight poker is considered to be one of the most simple poker games. In this type of poker, there is no such thing as raising the ante. The game is played completely differently with the help of betting rounds. All that a player has to do is to accumulate a certain number of “bins”, or simply chips, from his opponents’ hands and remove them from his own poker hand by winning a “bet”.

A “bring” is when the last card in the hand has to be dealt out to the players before the final deal is made. “Bluffs” are when a player may have an ace in his hand but for some reasons may not want to disclose it. To bluff, a player may fold his cards but may keep the “bluff” until the conclusion of the game. Players may try to conceal information by folding their cards and playing weakly. If a player tries to bluff, all the other players may know about it.

There are two different types of poker hands: the two of a kind and the full house. A two of a kind is when two cards of the same suit are dealt onto the table. A full house is when all cards of a particular suit are on the table. These poker hands are generally called wild cards.

When poker players play in poker tournaments, they are allowed to fold their cards. However, they may not fold their whole hand. Some tournament players also opt to keep their top card (called the “action”) and fold their non-action cards (also called “soft hands”). Poker tournaments also allow for the players to fold their high cards. In these types of poker tournaments, the pot is adjusted according to the amount of folding that took place.