Minimalanleitung

14 01 2007

Ganz kurz und knapp hier das für das Spiel notwendige Minimalwissen durch Copy und Paste von HPT zusammengestellt und reduziert.

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1. The player to the left of the button posts the small blind.
2. The player to the left of the small blind posts the big blind.
3. Each player, beginning with the player to the left of the button, is dealt two cards face-down (The Pocket Cards).
4. The first betting round begins with the player to the left of the big blind. The small and big blinds may fold, check, call, or raise, as appropriate, when called upon to act.
5. The dealer burns one card and turns three community cards face-up (The Flop).
6. The second betting round begins with the player to the left of the button.
7. The dealer burns one card and turns one community card face-up (The Turn).
8. The third betting round begins with the player to the left of the button.
9. The dealer burns one card and turns one community card face-up (The River).
10. The fourth betting round begins with the player to the left of the button.
11. Card showdown with the pot being awarded to the winner(s).
12. The dealer button is advanced clockwise one player.

Eine vollständige Liste des Ablaufs einer Runde ist How to Deal Hold’em.

Wenn man am Zug ist, ist nur GENAU EINE der folgenden Aktionen erlaubt:

Open/Eröffnen

The act of making the first voluntary bet in a betting round is called opening the round. On the first betting round, it is also called opening the pot.

Call/Mitgehen oder Halten

To call is to match a bet or a raise. A betting round ends when all active players have bet an equal amount or no opponents call a player’s bet or raise. If no opponents call a player’s bet or raise, the player wins the pot.

In public card rooms and casinos where verbal declarations are binding, the word „call“ is such a declaration. In public cardrooms, the practice of saying „I call, and raise $100“ is considered a string raise and is not allowed. Saying „I call“ commits you to the action of calling, and only calling.

Check/Abwarten

If no one has yet opened the betting round, a player may check, which is equivalent to calling the current bet of zero. When checking, a player declines making a bet; indicating that he does not choose to open, but that he wishes to keep his cards and retain the right to call or raise later in the same round if an opponent opens.

In games played with blinds, players may not check on the opening round because they must either match (or raise) the big blind or fold. A player with a live big blind who chooses not to exercise his right to raise is said to check his option.

If all players check, the betting round is over. A common way to signify checking is to tap the table with a fist or an open hand.

Raise/Erhöhen

To raise is to increase the size of the bet required to stay in the pot, forcing all subsequent players to call the new amount. If the current bet amount is nothing, this action is considered the opening bet. A player making the second (not counting the open) or subsequent raise of a betting round is said to re-raise.

Standard poker rules require that any raise must at least equal the amount of the previous raise (In no-limit games with blinds, the first raise must at least equal the amount of the big blind). This rule is overridden by table stakes rules, so that a player may in fact raise a $5 bet by $2 if that $2 is his entire remaining stake (Doc-T: i.e., the player is going „all-in“).

In most casinos, fixed-limit and spread-limit games cap the total number of raises allowed in a single betting round (typically three or four, not including the opening bet of a round). It is common to suspend this rule when there are only two players betting in the round (called being heads-up), since either player can call the last raise if they wish. Pot-limit and no-limit games do not have a limit on the number of raises.

Note that by betting (placing) more money into the pot, you signify a raise whether or not you announce a raise to the table. After the player raises an amount the remaining players in the hand have the opportunity to match the raise or fold.

Fold/Aussteigen oder Passen

To fold is to discard one’s hand and forfeit interest in the current pot. Folding may be indicated verbally or by discarding one’s hand face down into the pile of other discards called the muck.

It is a serious breach of etiquette to fold out of turn, that is, when it is not the folding player’s turn to act, because this can harm other players. When folding, concealed cards should not be exposed unless no further betting is possible in the hand (i.e., unless the fold awards the pot to the only remaining player). A player is never required to expose his concealed cards when folding prior to the showdown.

Geben

The Hand

1. The hand begins with the first riffle (shuffle) of the deck.
3. The dealer shall offer a cut to the player to the left of the button.

The Deal

1. Posting of the blinds.
3. Each player, beginning with the player to the left of the button, is dealt two cards face-down (The Pocket Cards).
4. The first betting round begins with the player to the left of the big blind.
5. The dealer burns one card and turns three community cards face-up (The Flop).
6. The second betting round begins with the player to the left of the button.
7. The dealer burns one card and turns one community card face-up (The Turn).
8. The third betting round begins with the player to the left of the button.
9. The dealer burns one card and turns one community card face-up (The River).
10. The fourth, and final, betting round begins with the player to the left of the button.
11. Card showdown with the pot being awarded to the winner(s).
12. The button is advanced clockwise one player.

The Pot

2. Bets shall remain in front of the bettor until the betting round is complete.
3. Bets are not to be scooped (placed into the pot by the dealer) until the end of the betting round.
4. The pot shall be placed in the center of the table, to the side of the community cards.
5. Side pots shall be placed as close as possible to the players involved in that side pot.

The Community Cards

1. The five community cards (flop, turn and river) shall be placed face-up in the center of the table with the pot to the side.
2. The community cards must be placed in proper order with the turn card placed to the right of the flop cards, and the river card placed to the right of the turn card.

Burning Cards

1. After each betting round (except the final round) the dealer shall burn a card before turning over the community card(s).
2. Before burning a card the dealer shall lightly tap the table.
3. Burn cards are to be placed face-down in the center of the table under the edge of the pot.
4. Each burn card shall be placed under the previous burn card.
5. Burn cards are to remain on the table, separate from the muck, until the pot is awarded to the winning player.

The Showdown

1. A player must show all cards in the hand face-up on the table to win any part of the pot.
2. If everyone checks (or is all-in) on the final betting round, the player who acted first is the first to show the hand. If there is wagering on the final betting round, the last player to take aggressive action by a bet or raise is the first to show the hand.
4. Suits never break a tie for winning a pot.
7. After the showdown the dealer shall push (award) the pot to the winner and then advance the dealer button clockwise one player.

When Only Two Players Remain

1. When going from three to two players, determine which player would have been the next big blind if no player had been eliminated … that player is the big blind and the other player is the small blind and button.
2. The player who does not have the button shall be dealt the first card.
3. The small blind shall act first on the first betting round and last on all other betting rounds.


Eine kurze deutschsprachige Übersicht über eine Spielrunde und das Setzen darin ist unter Texas Hold’em (Casinos Austria) zu lesen.

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