Billings Poker – Texas Holdem Poker Terms

June 21, 2010 :: Posted by - admin :: Category - Poker Articles

Billings Poker – Texas Holdem Poker Terms

Watching holdem poker on television and in different live poker real moneys is very entertaining. The temptation is very overwhelming everywhere you look. However, poker will be more enjoyable whether you are just a curious spectator or a player, if you are well versed in the different Texas holdem terms pokerss. More often than not, beginners are totally clueless with terms like big blind, all in, the button, and no limit. You’re ready to get in the game, but the problem is what it all means.

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In Texas holdem poker, the term blind refers to the forced bet that are required from the players in order to ensure that there will be an action to every pot. The player on the immediate left side of the dealer represents the small blind and next to him is the one who represents the big blind.

The term “all in” means that you are willing to bet all your chips. No limit game offers no betting structure, meaning you can bet as little or as much as you’d like at any point in time. You can always go all in, from the moment you got your two cards all the way to the river.

Fixed limit games, on the other hand, works on an exact betting structure, you can only bet in specific amounts, no matter what the situation is. This type of holdem game is ideal for beginners.

A button is something that is passed around the table after every hand. Since it is not possible to let the players to take turns dealing because it will give advantage on the person to the dealer’s right side, a dealer button was introduced. This is very important due to the reason that the deal is rotated as well as the prized last betting position is also passed to each player. Acting last is a distinct advantage in Texas holdem.

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This author is a regular player of Montana Poker Tournaments in Billings Poker


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