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No Limit Holdem is a fun poker game that allows each player or participant to gain their opponents chips through strategic play and wittiness. Poker began as a Texas No Limit Holdem game that has taken off to be the largest card game all over the world.
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What is No Limit Hold em

No Limit Hold em also known as Texas No Limit is an exciting poker game that has been around for over 100 years. Texas hold 'em or Texas holdem is the most popular of community card poker games and is the most prevalent poker variant that is played in casinos in the United States. Its no limit form is used in the main event of the World Series of Poker (WSOP). It also happens to be the main game in the World Poker Tour (WPT) that hosts international poker tournaments around the globe. Here is a brief glimpse into the history of the game.


Rules of the Game of No Limit Hold-em


One of the most popular forms of poker today is Texas Hold'em. In Texas Hold'em each player receives two hole-cards and five subsequent cards are dealt face-up in the middle of the table, also known as the "flop", "turn", and "river". The object of the game is to make the best five-card poker hand possible using your two hole-cards and the five community cards

A white object, known as the "dealer button" is passed to the left after each hand to signify where the deal should start. Each player will then be dealt two cards after which the first found of betting commences. 

The majority of Texas Hold'em games use a two-blind structure. These two blinds, the Small and Big Blind, are forced bets used to encourage action. The player to the left of the dealer, or dealer button, must post the Small Blind. The player to the left of the Small Blind must post the Big Blind, typically double the size of the Small Blind. 


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