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texas hold`em poker - OLG Slots and Casino
RA
NKING
O
POKE
R
R
TE
F
MS
CHECK – To stay in contention for the pot without
betting when no other player has yet bet on the round.
BET – To place a wager by adding chips to the pot.
POT – The chips, or money, placed in the middle of the
table available to be won.
CALL – To place a bet equal to that of a previous player
at the table.
RAISE – To place a bet that increases the size of a
previous bet on the round.
FOLD – Ending your hand by giving your cards back to
the dealer.
BLIND BET – A forced bet that must be put on the
table before a player can receive any cards.
DEALER BUTTON – A marker that is moved around the
table clockwise to indicate an imaginary dealer.
HA
NDS
ROYAL FLUSH – The highest
ranking straight flush:
A, K, Q, J & 10, of the same suit
STRAIGHT FLUSH – Five cards of the
same suit in sequence
FOUR OF A KIND – Four cards of
equal value
FULL HOUSE – Three of a kind and
one pair
FLUSH – Five cards of the same suit
not in sequence
STRAIGHT – Five cards of mixed
suits in sequence
THREE OF A KIND – Three cards of
equal value
TWO PAIR – Two sets of pairs
ONE PAIR – Two cards of equal value
NO PAIR – Five random cards
Must be 19 years of age or older. Valid government-issued photo identification may be required.
Any self-excluded person detected at a gaming property will be removed and trespassed. For complete rules
and regulations and/or more information please see a Pit Supervisor located in the table games area.
TEXAS HOLD’EM
POKER
BA
THE
SI
TO
HOW
T
he earliest hands of Texas Hold‘em Poker
were probably dealt in the rough and tumble
saloons of Robstown Texas circa 1900. This
five card game is exciting, fast paced, and the
payouts can be huge – there’s a good reason the
game has taken the world by storm.
PL
AY
•The dealer starts the game by
dealing two cards to everyone
at the table. Following the
deal is the first of four rounds
of betting.
•Next, the Dealer will turn over
three “community” cards which can be used by all
players to help form their respective poker hands.
CS
•In Texas Hold‘em, it’s you against
the other players at the table. The
object of the game is to put together
your best poker hand using the cards
you are dealt and the Dealer’s
“community” cards.
•If you’d like to play Texas Hold‘em, tell the Floor
Supervisor at the reception podium located at the
entrance of the Poker Room. There is a maximum of
10 players per table – if space is available, you will
be seated immediately. If there is no space available,
you will be placed on a waiting list and
notified of an opening on a first come
first serve basis.
•Since you will be playing against
other guests and not the House, you
will need to pay a commission known
as a “rake” or “session fee”.
•After a second round of betting, the Dealer will
turn over a fourth “community” card.
•After a third round of betting, the Dealer will turn
over the fifth and final “community” card. Once all
the “community” cards are exposed, there
will be a final round of betting.
•Place your final bet based on the
best poker hand you can make
using a combination of your cards
and the Dealer’s “community” cards.
•If you have the highest hand at the
table you win! The winner claims the entire pot.
•Maximum and minimum bets are posted at the
poker tables.
BA
THE
SI
TO
HOW
T
he earliest hands of Texas Hold‘em Poker
were probably dealt in the rough and tumble
saloons of Robstown Texas circa 1900. This
five card game is exciting, fast paced, and the
payouts can be huge – there’s a good reason the
game has taken the world by storm.
PL
AY
•The dealer starts the game by
dealing two cards to everyone
at the table. Following the
deal is the first of four rounds
of betting.
•Next, the Dealer will turn over
three “community” cards which can be used by all
players to help form their respective poker hands.
CS
•In Texas Hold‘em, it’s you against
the other players at the table. The
object of the game is to put together
your best poker hand using the cards
you are dealt and the Dealer’s
“community” cards.
•If you’d like to play Texas Hold‘em, tell the Floor
Supervisor at the reception podium located at the
entrance of the Poker Room. There is a maximum of
10 players per table – if space is available, you will
be seated immediately. If there is no space available,
you will be placed on a waiting list and
notified of an opening on a first come
first serve basis.
•Since you will be playing against
other guests and not the House, you
will need to pay a commission known
as a “rake” or “session fee”.
•After a second round of betting, the Dealer will
turn over a fourth “community” card.
•After a third round of betting, the Dealer will turn
over the fifth and final “community” card. Once all
the “community” cards are exposed, there
will be a final round of betting.
•Place your final bet based on the
best poker hand you can make
using a combination of your cards
and the Dealer’s “community” cards.
•If you have the highest hand at the
table you win! The winner claims the entire pot.
•Maximum and minimum bets are posted at the
poker tables.
RA
NKING
O
POKE
R
R
TE
F
MS
CHECK – To stay in contention for the pot without
betting when no other player has yet bet on the round.
BET – To place a wager by adding chips to the pot.
POT – The chips, or money, placed in the middle of the
table available to be won.
CALL – To place a bet equal to that of a previous player
at the table.
RAISE – To place a bet that increases the size of a
previous bet on the round.
FOLD – Ending your hand by giving your cards back to
the dealer.
BLIND BET – A forced bet that must be put on the
table before a player can receive any cards.
DEALER BUTTON – A marker that is moved around the
table clockwise to indicate an imaginary dealer.
HA
NDS
ROYAL FLUSH – The highest
ranking straight flush:
A, K, Q, J & 10, of the same suit
STRAIGHT FLUSH – Five cards of the
same suit in sequence
FOUR OF A KIND – Four cards of
equal value
FULL HOUSE – Three of a kind and
one pair
FLUSH – Five cards of the same suit
not in sequence
STRAIGHT – Five cards of mixed
suits in sequence
THREE OF A KIND – Three cards of
equal value
TWO PAIR – Two sets of pairs
ONE PAIR – Two cards of equal value
NO PAIR – Five random cards
Must be 19 years of age or older. Valid government-issued photo identification may be required.
Any self-excluded person detected at a gaming property will be removed and trespassed. For complete rules
and regulations and/or more information please see a Pit Supervisor located in the table games area.
TEXAS HOLD’EM
POKER

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