Poker involves betting in two main forms: Draw Poker and Stud Poker. Draw Poker involves all cards being dealt face down, while Stud Poker involves some cards being dealt face up as betting progresses. In both types, other players can see part of a player’s hand, so they are not blind to their own cards. Both types of poker involve at least 8 players.
The minimum ante in Poker is two chips. Other limits may be five chips or ten chips. These limits vary depending on the stage of the game. Before the draw, the limit is usually five, and it can increase to ten after the draw. When a player has a pair or better, the limit is usually ten.
Two variations of poker are called community card poker and draw poker. In community card poker, the dealer will hand out pocket cards and community cards face up on the table. The players then create hands using these cards and community cards. In draw poker, the dealer may swap up to three cards with another player, which allows the player to use cards from both sets to form a hand.
If a player has an all-in hand, he may win the entire pot. If no player has a winning hand, the game is called a showdown. If all players have made their bets but are not able to show their hands, then the winning hand is deemed the winner.