Typically, poker is played with a group of 5-7 players. The goal of the game is to create the best hand possible. Players are dealt five cards, and they can use any one of the cards to make their hand. The player who has the highest-ranking hand wins the pot. Several factors are used to determine ranges, including position and percentages. These ranges are affected by both static and dynamic boards.
After the flop is dealt, the second betting interval begins. In this phase, players can choose to either fold, call, or raise. The player who folds will lose his hand and the player who raises will gain more chips.
If there is no winner after two betting intervals, a showdown is held. In a showdown, the player with the best hand will win the pot. If there is a winner, the player is awarded all the bets.
The third betting interval takes place after the turn. In this phase, players can choose to check, call, or raise. After the turn, the cards are shown to everyone. This is the final round of betting.
A hand that has five cards of the same suit is called a flush. It starts with the highest value card. If the player has five cards of another suit, it is called a straight. Alternatively, a hand that has five cards of the same rank is called a straight flush. Lastly, a hand that has five cards of another rank is called a five-of-a-kind.