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Like other poker games, the player's goal is to combine the 7 cards in their hand to achieve the highest hand and beat the other players after the final round of betting.
Dealing: The game usually uses a 52-card deck of playing cards. Each player is dealt two hole cards (private cards) and then five cards (community cards) are dealt openly in the center of the table as the "flop".
Betting Rounds: The game is divided into multiple betting rounds. In each round, players can bet, call, raise or fold. Betting begins with the player on the far left and continues clockwise.
Flop: After the first round of betting, the dealer will turn over three community cards in the center of the table, called the "flop."
Turn: After the first round of betting, the dealer turns over the fourth community card, which is called the "turn card". Next comes the second round of betting.
River: After the second round of betting, the dealer reveals the fifth community card, which is called the "river card". Then comes the third round of betting.
Hole Cards: Before the first round of betting, each player will receive two hole cards. When comparing cards, players can choose to use any five of their hole cards and community cards to form the best card type.
Showdown: If there are still two or more players still in the game after the last round of betting, players need to reveal their hole cards and combine any five of their hole cards and community cards to form the best hand.
Blinds: The game usually sets a big blind and a small blind, which are the amounts that two players are forced to bet before the cards are dealt. The blinds rotate as the game progresses.
All-In: Players can choose to bet all their chips, which is called All-In. Other players can no longer place bets in this round, but can continue to compa