Game Tutorial Texas Hold’em

Texas Hold’em

Texas Hold’em Introduction

Texas Hold’em is one of the most popular poker games. Everybody who has played poker can play this game very easily. When you have never played poker, it is easy to learn. Read more on how to play this game on this page.

Texas Hold’em Game Details

  • Payout percentage: The theoretic payout of Texas Hold’em is 97.96%
  • Type of casino game: Table Game
  • Number of hands: 1
  • Flop, Turn en River

Texas Hold’em Game Tutorial

Texas Hold’em is played with a standard deck of 52 cards. The cards are shuffled before each round. The Flop bet always is twice the Ante bet. The Turn and River bets are equal to the Ante bet.

Poker Hands

In Texas Hold’em the standard poker hands are used:

  • Royal Flush: 5 consecutive cards from the same suit from 10 to Ace
  • Straight Flush: 5 consecutive cards from the same suit
  • Four of a Kind: 4 cards with the same value (9, 9, 9, 9)
  • Full House: 3 cards of the same value and two cards of the same value (5, 5, 5 and K, K for example)
  • Flush: 5 cards from the same suit (5 harts for example)
  • Straight: 5 consecutive cards from different suits
  • Three of a Kind: three cards with the same value (K, K, K for example)
  • Two Pair
  • Pair

Texas Hold’em Bet limits

The minimum bet in Texas Hold'em is 1 euro and the maximum is 40 euros. You can place bets by using the chips at the bottom right of the screen. You can choose from chips with a value of 1, 5, and 10 euros, these can be used multiple times and can be combined.

Pay Table / Win Plan

The pay table can be found by moving over the min/max sign. The pay table will then pop up and you can see all the payouts. When you win, your winnings will be shown on screen. All winnings will automatically be added to your credit.

Possible Settings

Texas Hold’em has a number of settings that may be adjusted. You do this by using the three icons at the bottom left of the screen.
The sound can be turned on or off using the speaker icon.
The question mark opens the help screen.
The wrench icon allows you to adjust a few additional settings:

  • Sound
  • Sound Effects
  • Background Music
  • Fast Play
  • Game History (not available in practice games)

Texas Hold’em Manual

First pick a bet in Texas Hold’em by placing one or more chips in the Ante field on your screen. Now click DEAL. Then you will be dealt two cards as well as the bank. You get two options: you can stop (FOLD) and lose your Ante bet, or you play on by clicking CALL. You will make an automatic Flop bet in that case. Three open cards will be dealt in the middle of your screen, this is the Flop. The Flop allows you to complete your hand; the bank also uses these cards for its hand.
Now you go on to the Turn. You may bet again or play on without betting (CHECK). Then a fourth card will be added to the Flop.
Finally you go on to the river. Here you can also place a bet (BET) or go on without betting (CHECK). The more often you bet, the higher your possible winnings will be. Now a fifth card will be added to the Flop.
This is the final card and according to these five cards it is determined if you or the bank has the best poker hand. This is determined by the two cards in your hand and the cards on the board. You see which poker hand you have on screen. The best poker hand wins.
This was a Texas Hold’em round. You can play again with the same bet or with a new bet.