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Tips for Free Texas Hold'Em

A lot of people still find themselves confused with the ins and outs of Texas Hold'Em. If you're one of them, we suggest that you play some free Texas Hold'Em games first and continue doing so until you've mastered everything there is to know.

The wonderful thing about free Texas Hold'Em is that all rules used in real Texas Hold'Em are still applicable. When playing free Texas Hold'Em, you can therefore test your knowledge and mastery of Texas Hold'Em rules. With free Texas Hold'Em, you'll be able to ensure that none of your opponents could cheat you out of money just because they know you don't understand the rules.

In this article, we shall stimulate a free Texas Hold'Em game and go through it step by step so you'll know what to do later on. The free Texas Hold'Em game shall always start with the dealer shuffling the cards. Before any cards are dealt to each player, people to the dealer's left should respectively post the small and big blind. If the small blind for your free Texas Hold'Em is $2, the big blind will be $4.

Now that the blinds are posted, the free Texas Hold'Em dealer shall then give the players two cards each. The player to the left of the one who posted the big blind shall then start by placing a bet on the free Texas Hold'Em table. Betting rules depend on what all the players have agreed upon or what the free Texas Hold'Em site has declared. Free Texas Hold'Em players always have the option to check, raise or fold.

When the round of betting is finished, the dealer shows the flop and free Texas Hold'Em players are then asked to assess their cards and decide whether they want to - here we go again - check, raise or fold. This cycle is repeated till the last round of betting - after the river is shown - has been completed.

Then when all five community cards are now laid open by the free Texas Hold'Em dealer, it's time for the players to show what they have. The royal flush is the best Texas Hold'Em hand you could ever hope for but this rarely appears. Next to it would be the straight flush, the four of a kind and then the full house. Remember to judge according to suits if you're judging single cards or pairs of the same value.

And that's it. Have fun playing free Texas Hold'Em!

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