In a typical game of poker, players are dealt five cards from the pack of cards called the community cards. Players then choose a five-card hand out of these cards. If all players check their cards, raise their stake, or fold, then play moves to the next round. Once all players have checked or folded, the betting round ends. A player may cut from the dealer if they wish to leave the table without betting. This action is known as a Showdown.
The game of poker is played with a number of players, usually six or eight. The amount of money bet by players in a single round is called the pot. A player can win the pot if they have the best poker hand or make the most bets without anyone else calling. The pot is usually set at a limit, which limits the betting range to the amount in the pot. In some games, there is no limit for the amount a player can bet.
Each betting round begins with a player placing a bet. At the next round, other players are able to make the same amount of bets. During each betting round, players must reveal their hands. The player with the best hand wins the pot and the remaining bets. This round will continue until all players have been dealt at least one hand. If all players fold, the betting round ends without a winner. If no player folds, the next round of betting will begin.