The rules of Poker vary from casino to casino, but there are certain general rules that are applicable in most games. Most poker games involve an ante or blind bet. Players place blind bets before being dealt their hole cards. When the game is over, the remaining players are dealt the flop, or their next two cards. The players who folded should bet to force the other players out. This strategy can increase the pot value. However, bluffing can also be effective.
In most poker games, players play using chips. There are four types of chips: red, blue, and white. A white chip is the lowest valued, and a red chip is worth five whites. Blue chips are worth two, four, and five reds. Players buy in by buying a single chip. Usually, players buy in for the same amount as they intend to spend. For larger games, the number of players is higher than seven.
Almost all poker games require chips. In games with more than seven players, a supplier will provide chips. A white chip is the lowest value, and a red chip is worth 10 or twenty or fifty whites. A blue chip is worth two, four, or five reds. Each player “buys in” to the game by purchasing a chip. When the game is open to all players, a single player will be deemed an active player.