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What is poker?

An iron stick, used to move logs whilst on a fire, in the intent of making them burn more vigorously. Poker is a family of card games that share betting rules and usually (MORE)
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What is call in poker?

When the person in the betting position before you places a wager, three options are available: call, raise or fold. When you call, you are matching that wager, raising means (MORE)
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Why is poker called poker?

The origin of the word Poker is also well debated. Most of the dictionaries and game historians say that it comes from an eighteenth-century French game, poque . However, the (MORE)
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How is Chinese poker different from poker?

Chinese is a game is played with four players but can be played three handed or heads up. Each player is dealt 13 cards from a standard 52-card deck. Players must arrange thei (MORE)
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Is Chinese poker the same as poker?

Chinese poker - as I play the game with several friends, is not the same. It consists of 13 cards dealt to each player, who then make 3 different hands - a hand of 3 cards and (MORE)
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What do the poker chips stand for in poker?

In poker the chips have a value, this value indicates how much that particular chip is worth. There are "Live Casino Chips", which value is a reflection of how much money they (MORE)
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What is an ante in poker?

An ante in poker is used to force the action on the table, just like the blinds. Only the blinds are higher then the ante. Ante's are frequently used in later stages of tou (MORE)

How did poker start?

It has been started in the 19th century now, you can see different types of poker games also, you can play online if you do not have time to go to outside. Just like you can p (MORE)
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What is freeze out poker?

Freeze Out is a term used in poker tournaments. A freeze-out tournament is where you are given the opportunity to buy in once and no rebuys or add ons are available. This mean (MORE)
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What can you not do in poker?

Cheating in general. This means looking at opponents cards, marking cards, using any kind of item that will give you an unfair advantage, cooperating with a player and so on.