There are several different variants of Poker. All of these variations are described later in this chapter. Poker is played with between three and seven players, with the ideal number being six to eight. In each game, the bets are placed in front of each player, and the highest poker hand wins the pot. However, if the game is played with more than ten players, two separate games are organized. Listed below are a few of the most popular variations of Poker.

Forced Bets: When playing poker, players must be aware of the rules regarding forced bets. They include blinds, antes, and bring-ins. For example, if someone is forced to bet $1000, he must bet twice as much as if he or she is holding $1. Another way to make sure that you’re playing poker properly is to check the betting range and make sure you know the pot limit.

Players in the game use chips to determine who will win the pot. In most cases, players buy in by buying chips with a certain value. The lowest value chip is the white chip, which is worth one cent. The highest value chips are the red ones, which are worth ten, twenty, or thirty whites. The dealer chips are called “blinds”, and indicate which player is currently dealing or playing. The player who is buying in is considered to be the “dealer.”