Basic Rules of Texas Hold'em
The best hand wins the pot, but the amount can be shared in the event of a tie. Players are also free to play against the house using the same rules.
Betting occurs before the first batch of face-up cards (the flop) is dealt and again following each deal after that.
Basic Strategy of Texas Hold'em
The best trick is to remain tight and maintain strong hands at the beginning, then play aggressively mid-game and stay aware of your playing position. Players close to the end of each round have the luxury of being more aggressive because they have an idea of what others have done.
Betting small is never a smart strategy.
History of Texas Hold'em
Play Texas Hold'em in New Zealand
Gaming houses like 888, Ladbrokes, bet365, Betfair, Paddy Power, William Hill and Party Poker are all great avenues for players to try their Hold'em luck. These houses provide good winnings, especially for seasoned gamblers.
The entry of live Texas Hold'em into the fray has enabled even more players to participate remotely.