After the first round of betting is discovered flop. The dealer discards the top card of the deck and turns the three cards below. Now begins the second round of betting.
Now the first player to act is no longer the left of the big blind, called in jargon Under The Gun, but the small blind.
The possibilities for action are: “check”, ie pass the word to the next competitor without putting more chips into the pot, make a “bet”, an episode of minimum amount of the big blind, or fold.
If a player makes a bet others will not be able to check, but only to see, move or raise. Once this second round of betting the dealer will find the fourth card, the turn.
Always discard the top card and will run alongside the flop the next card. The possibilities of action are the same as post flop. After the turn the time the last card, the river. The dealer discards a card and it will run the following next turn.
It is the time of the last betting round, which will be carried out in the same way the previous two.
Now, however, if two or more players remain in the hand you will go down to the show, which will be discovered cards to allow the dealer to check the combination that will be awarded the pot.
High Card: If you can not get any combinations, then the hand is evaluated by the card with the highest value.
Pair: Two cards of the same value (for example: 10-10 or JJ)
Two Pair: Two separate pairs (eg 8-8-5-5)
Three of a Kind: Three cards of the same value (for example: 7-7-7)
Straight: Five cards in sequence, not of the same suit (eg: 9-10-JQK)
Flush: Five cards, not in sequence of the same suit (eg 5-7-KA-2 of diamonds)
Full: It ‘consists of a kind and a pair (for example: 4-4-4-7-7)
Kind: Four cards of the same value (eg 9-9-9-9)
Straight Flush: Five cards in sequence of the same suit (for example, 4-5-6-7-8 of clubs)
Royal Flush: An Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of the same suit.