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Texas Hold’em Teaching Rules Episode 1

This article will tell you: all the big and small things related to Texas Hold’em.

If you are new to Texas Hold’em, or are curious about Texas Hold’em and want to know how to play Texas Hold’em, the content I’m going to talk about today will be very helpful to you.

Then let’s keep reading!

Texas hold’em in English is Texas hold’em, sometimes referred to as Hold’em or Holdem for short, it is the most popular poker game in the world, and it is also one of the official competitions of the Texas Hold’em International Poker Tournament.

There are countless Texas Hold’em tournaments held in various countries around the world every year. Players who love Texas Hold’em will even fly to the country where the tournament is held for a large series of games, which shows how popular Texas Hold’em is.

In 2019, as many as 8,569 people participated in the main event of the grand event Bo Jiu Lai Entertainment City. Let’s take a look at the popular science. The registration fee for the main event is 10,000 US dollars, which is about 300,000 Taiwan dollars!

At the end of the game, the German poker player “Hossein Ensan” won the championship. The following picture is a picture of him and the championship prize of about 300 million.

2019 WSOP Champion – Hossein Ensan

SWAG GAMING Casino Texas Hold’em Winning Conditions?

The main goal of Texas Hold’em is to win the pot, which is called [POT] in English.

“Pot”: The sum of the chips bet by all players in the game.

In Taiwan, you will often hear players say: I want to win the POT, grab the POT, hit a full POT, etc. The POT is talking about the pot.

There are two ways to win the pot:

At the final showdown, your two hand cards and the five community cards on the table form a larger hand than any other unfolded player.
Use the pressure of betting to force all other players to fold and win the pot.
By the way, I will share the mistakes I often see players make:

“Some players will fold at the end of the show because they feel that their cards are too small to win, so they don’t want to turn over their cards.”

This is a very bad habit.

Because you think your hand is very small, but the opponent’s hand may be smaller than yours. If you fold your cards rashly, you are giving your chips to the opponent for nothing, which is very unwise.

Therefore, it is recommended that no matter how bad your cards are, you can open them at the end to compare cards with the opponent, unless you have seen that the opponent’s card is higher than yours, then it is another matter.

How many people does Texas Hold’em need to play?

A Texas Hold’em table is played with a minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 10 people.

If there are only 2 people in a duel, it is called heads-up, which stands for [heads-up], which is a game method that tests the poker skills of both sides.

When the table is full of players, it is called full-ring. In this case, because the pot is more likely to expand, players will actively play more hands, hoping to win the pot.

There is also a game called 6-max that can only be played by a maximum of 6 players. There are not many or not many people. The game progresses quickly and can play their own skills. It is one of the favorite game methods of professional poker players.

What items do you need for Texas Hold’em?

Texas Hold’em Table

Official Texas Hold’em tournaments use oval tables like the one pictured above, with up to 10 players at a table.

In addition to the player’s position, there will be a gap in the middle of the periphery of the table, which is designed for the dealer’s seat.

You can identify your seat based on the dealer’s position. The dealer’s left is seat 1, and the dealer’s right is seat 10.