Nov 6th, 2012 | By | Category: Learn Poker

Kevin Christopher raps about cheating at poker, insp by: Kenny Rogers – the Gambler, which was also a solo performance poker video

Nov 3rd, 2012 | By | Category: Learn Poker

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Oct 31st, 2012 | By | Category: Learn Poker

For more information visit: Learn how to play poker by watching this easy to follow video tutorial on texas holdem poker rules. After watching this video, you will be familiar with basic poker rules and you will see why Texas Holdem Poker is one of the most popular games…

Oct 28th, 2012 | By | Category: Learn Poker

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Oct 25th, 2012 | By | Category: Learn Poker


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Oct 22nd, 2012 | By | Category: Learn Poker

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Oct 20th, 2012 | By | Category: Learn Poker

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If you want to learn poker and become a pro so that you can join in on all the fun with online poker sites, with the added perk of winning money on the side, you should first learn poker by the basics. Despite what you may see on poker games in the TV, they are not as easy to pick up and play and involve a lot of rules and strategy. There are several variations to be studied if you want to learn poker like a pro, but if you want to learn poker right now, you need to start with the most famous variation – Texas Hold’Em, which is the poker game in which other variations are derived from.

In Texas Hold Em Poker, up to 10 players and 1 dealer are seated around a table. The player who is currently acting as the dealer has a round disk or button in front of him. This is the dealer button, and it determines the order of betting. The dealer button moves to the player on the left side of the current dealer after each hand, the player who ends up with the button becomes the new dealer.

Before cards are dealt at the start of a hand, the first two players to the left of the dealer must place a bet before getting cards, this is called posting a “blind”. The player on the immediate left of the dealer button posts a “small blind”, which is equal to half of the minimum bet. The next player on the left then posts a big blind, which is exactly the same as the minimum bet.

After posting blinds, the first round of cards are dealt to the players. Each player is given two facedown cards called “pocket” cards. Only the player who owns the pocket card is allowed to see them. The first round of betting then takes place, which starts on the player sitting on the left of the big blind, and continues in a clockwise direction. There is a fixed bet amount and they can only climb up to 3 times in each betting round.

After the betting stage, three cards are dealt in the middle of the table face up, these cards are called “Flops”. The flop cards are community cards and can be used by all the players to complete their hand. After the dealing of the flop cards, another betting round takes place with the same rules as before. After the second betting stage, a fourth community card called the “Turn card” is dealt face up in the middle of the table, followed by another betting round.

After the third betting round, the fifth and last community card called “River card” is dealt in the middle of the table followed by the last betting round. Once all the bets are placed, players are then left to make the best five card hand that they can create using any combination of the pocket cards they hold and the community cards. The player who comes up with the best hand will win the pot, which are all the bets combined.

After the round is completed and the round’s winner has collected the pot, the dealer button will be moved one player directly to the immediate left, and a new round begins.

That is the basic rules you need to learn poker’s oldest variation. As with any game, skill and strategy will give you a lot of advantage but don’t forget that luck will also be a big factor, so stock up on horseshoes and four leaf clovers beforehand.

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Oct 19th, 2012 | By | Category: Learn Poker

When Tom Durrr Dwan and Phil Ivey were all in, the pot contained .1 million dollars. It was the biggest pot ever in the history of televised poker. The record pot materialized after around 20 hours of play during the filming of Full Tilt Pokers Million Dollar Cash Game in London. When play began, the game was was full-ring no-limit holdem with a bunch of well-known pros such as Chris Ferguson, Mike Matusow, Allen Cunningham and Gus Hansen. After 20 hours of play, only three players were still playing: Durrrr, Ivey and Antonius. Thats when the big pot occurred. Durrr, Ivey and Antonius playing three-handed 00/2000 no-limit holdem cash game on TV, how could anything in any form of media ever compare to that again? Durr and Ivey both flopped straight draws on a Q53 flop, and when the 4 on the turn filled their respective straights the money went in. A total of .1M. While Ivey had been drawing to the sucker straight with his A2, Durr with 76 had the nuts and pocketed a neat little win. Just another day at work for two legendary poker players, a classic moment in the history of television for the rest of us.

Oct 16th, 2012 | By | Category: Learn Poker

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Oct 13th, 2012 | By | Category: Learn Poker

All In Poker Tour provides you with a beginners guide to get you started in No Limit Texas Hold’em Poker. In this video you will learn Poker Hand Rankings, How To Find A Dealer and Gameplay. Please visit our webpage and become a member Please find us on Facebook http Please follow us on Twitter Are you ALL IN?

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