A player does not get money. A player has to buy in with their own money, the minimum buy-in is normally set by the casino or Poker room.
This depends on which type of poker you are playing. I'll explain the most common ones. Texas Hold'Em -> Each player receives 2 cards face down in the beginning of the hand. Omaha -> Each player receives 4 cards face down in the beginning of the hand. Draw poker -> Each player receives 5 (standard draw poker) cards face down in the beginning of the hand. Stud -> Each player receives 3 cards in the beginning of the hand, the first 2 are face down, the third card is shown.
1500 each player at the beginning of the game. :)
"Stakes" in poker basically means the amount of money each player starts with when he comes into the game.. some rules don't allow players to add money from their pocket to their initial stakes, while other do - which is the case in open stakes poker, wherein a player can buy chips anytime during the game..
A few thousand!
Each player receives 13 cards at the beginning of a bridge hand, so bridge cards are narrow to make it easier for a player to hold the cards in their hand.
Chips in poker are used to denote money. So instead of playing with cash at the table, you use chips as money. Each chip has a different monetary value, which is denoted by its color.
Each player starts with $1500 in Monopoly money.
Generally this means playing poker with matchsticks as chips. So each player would start with the same number of matchsticks and bet with them as if they were chips.
The non-verbal cues that players use in poker include 'poker face' used to hide emotions, and the flight response which shows that a player is threatened.
One can play real money poker games online on websites such as Pokerstar, Fulltilt Poker, Cardschat, and many others. One may read reviews on each website to decide which one provides the most enjoyable experience for them.
Yes... in poker. In blackjack, each player's bet is separate.