Poker is a card game that involves betting and a lot of psychology. It is a game that is mostly based on luck and chance but becomes more of a skill-based game when betting is involved. There are many different variations of poker but two of the most popular are cash games and tournament play.

In cash games each player places a bet before dealing himself 2 cards face down and one card face up. The turn to bet passes clockwise around the table. A player may choose to raise his bet or fold. If he folds then he cannot win the pot (all bets) even if his hand is high. In some cases a player will not even bet but will just call a sight. The person to his right cuts the cards after they are shuffled.

Once the players have their hands they will bet and the highest ranked hand wins the pot/all bets. The best part of this method is that the player’s hole cards are not revealed to the other players so he can bluff and no one will know if he has a good or bad hand.

To make your articles about Poker interesting to read you should include anecdotes and be descriptive. You can also include tells which are the unconscious habits of a player that reveal information about their hand. These can be anything from a change in posture to facial expressions.