The player plays all of his/her chips. With an All In the cards are only laid face up if all of the players or all but one bet all of their chips. This means that no raising of the stake can occur.
This is set by the player sitting two positions to the left of the dealer before the hand cards are dealt. The amount is the minimum stake.
Following the 4th betting round, all of the community cards (Flop, Turn and River) are in the centre of the table.
The dealer button determines the position of the dealer. It is passed on clockwise to the player to the left of the dealer. The dealer button is always shown in the box of the player. It looks like a chip with the letter "D" on it.
The first three community cards that are laid in the middle of the table from the end of the 1st betting round.
These are the Flop, Turn and River. These are laid in the centre of the table after each betting round.
These are the two cards that each player receives face down at the start of the round.
Only two players are remaining.
No Poker hand can be formed and none of the players has a pair. The highest single card decides the round.
The best possible card combination in the current situation is highlighted.
The 5th community card, laid following the 3rd betting round in the centre of the table.
This is set by the player directly to the dealer's left before each player has received the second hand card. The amount is half of the minimum stake.
The 4th community card, laid following the 2nd betting round in the centre of the table.