Poker is a card game that involves betting. When a player raises a hand, they must call or fold, depending on the value of the hand. The cards are usually marked with chips of different colors. The chips are worth varying amounts, and the dealer will assign the values to the chips before the game begins. In games with seven or more players, the dealer will provide poker chips for each player.
Each hand is dealt in turn clockwise around the poker table, and the dealer handles the cards. In casual play, the button that indicates the dealer is a white disk. The dealer is chosen based on the amount of money the player has bet and their position in the table. The cards are dealt clockwise around the table, starting with the person to the left of the dealer button.
A pair of kings is considered a good hand if it contains all five cards. It is not bad, but it isn’t great either. When a straight ties, the highest straight wins. For example, AKQJT beats KQJT9 when the two players are dealt five cards. Likewise, a pair of aces will split the pot if two players have the same value.
The process for playing poker varies from one casino to another. Every casino has different rules for different games, but the basic rules are generally the same. Players place an ante or blind bet before being dealt any cards.