Betting is the key to working in Texas Holdem and killing the betting can be the first player to be the biggest challenge. Terms like sales buttons, big blind, mini blind and straddle are enough to confuse even experienced poker players from other poker variants. The good news is that with some more notes and some exercises you can also play Texas Holdem bet.
In a standard house in the house, the vendor usually calls the game, mixes the cards and deals. The two left players are responsible for the blind and the player to the left of the big blind is then responsible for starting the operation. This condition is the last seller to make it have special advantages. In home games every player takes a turn to a deal; That's why the vendor option has been equal to all players.
In the organized Texas Holdem game at casinos or cards, the vendor is granted. Using the same rules of regular housing, this would give the player right to the dealer the opportunity to work last time in each round. This small button, or chip, has passed the table in the usual way. Even if a vendor is granted, the sales button indicates that the player is in the dealer's position at hand and last operates. The casino vendor will start dealing with the hand to the left of the dealer button. When the hand is over, the sales button is sent to the next player to the left.
Seats the pot with money for each hand is done through the blind (small and big blind). Blinds are a forced bet and are assigned to the two players directly to the left of the player who has a dealer button. As the seller button moves over the table, the blind players are responsible for ensuring that all players are equal to the pot. You should also keep in mind that if you are playing in casinos or card games they will take "rake", a small percentage of each pot. The rake is to maintain the game, facilities and pay dealers.
Usually there are two blinds called "SMALL BLIND" and "BIG BLIND". A small blind is placed by the first player to the left of the sale button and is half the opening team. For example, in a $ 10 / $ 20 Holdem game, a small blind would be $ 5. The second player to the left of the sale button is the big blind. The big blind is equal to the starting line, so in a big column the big blind would be $ 10.
When the blinds are placed and the cards are eliminated, any player left by the big blind can call, raise or break. When the action is over the table, a small blind can complete the bet by calling (according to a big blind or total bet if someone rises) or folding. Folding would lose a little blind. The big blind at the end of the first round has one last chance to rise before the flop is a deal.
In some casinos, a "STRADDLE" bet is allowed. A straddle is an additional blind that is not forced. The player to the left of the big blind can choose to install the load, which is usually twice the size of the big blind. A big bet is rising before anyone has seen cards. When someone chooses to spread, it makes this game twice more expensive to play. Basically, the straddle will turn $ 10 / $ 20 game to $ 20 / $ 40 for that hand. If you always hear a dealer announce that the player has chosen to spread, you must initially match his raise to play his hand.