At Betted you’ll find all the world’s most popular poker games, including Texas Hold'em, Omaha, Stud, 7cards, and many more including chinese variants.

Objective of the Game: The objective of Texas Hold'em is to win chips, which represent money in the game, by beating your opponents and forming the best five-card hand possible.


  • A standard deck of 52 cards.
  • Poker chips.

How to Play:

  1. Dealing Cards: Each player receives two hole cards, which are dealt face down. Then, five community cards are dealt face up in the center of the table.
  2. Betting Rounds: The game unfolds in several betting rounds.
    • Pre-flop: After receiving their hole cards, players can take one of these actions: call the big blind, raise the bet, or fold.
    • Flop: Three community cards are revealed in the center of the table. Players make new bets.
    • Turn: A fourth community card is revealed. Players place more bets.
    • River: A fifth and final community card is revealed. The last round of betting takes place.
  3. Showdown: If there are two or more players left after the final betting round, hands are shown, and the winner is determined. The player who can form the best five-card hand by combining their two hole cards with the five community cards wins the pot.
  4. Hand Ranking: Poker hands are ranked from lowest to highest. Some common hands include one pair, two pair, three of a kind, straight, flush, full house, four of a kind, and straight flush. The best possible hand is the royal flush.
  5. Pot Distribution: The player with the best hand wins the pot. If two or more players have hands of equal value, the pot is divided among them.
  6. New Hand: After awarding the pot, a new hand begins, and new cards are dealt.

Royal Flush

Straight Flush

Four of a Kind - Poker

Full House



Three of a Kind

Two Pair

One Pair

High Card

Betting Limits Betting limits pertain to the allowable wagers and raises made by players. Generally, poker games fall into one of the following categories: no limit, pot limit, or fixed limit.

No Limit – In poker games with a no-limit betting structure, each player has the freedom to bet or raise any amount within their entire chip stack (the total number of chips they possess at any given time) during any betting round, whenever it is their turn to act.

Pot Limit – In poker games with a pot-limit betting structure, each player can bet or raise any amount up to and including the current total pot size.

Fixed Limit – In poker games with a fixed-limit betting structure, each player can opt to call, bet, or raise, but only by a predetermined fixed amount. The fixed amount for each betting round is established in advance.