ultimate Texas hold'em

How to play ultimate texas Hold'em

An ultimate texas Hold'em hand

The dealer will deal each player at the table two cards, then five community cards are revealed. The players bet once based on their hands and then 3 times as the community cards are revealed.  The player with the best hand at the end of the round wins the pot. 


The goal of Ultimate Texas Hold’em is to have a better hand then the dealer at the end of the round. Unlike regular Texas Hold’em the pay out depends on the the bets you’ve placed and when you placed them.

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In Ultimate Texas Hold’em before the round begins the main bets are called the ante and the blinds. In order to make these bets you have to bet both. The second type of bet is called a trip, it pays out if you have a 3 of a kind or better, the amount depending on how good your hand is. 


Once the round has begun you have the option to raise once during the hand. After the dealer has turned over the last community card you either have to raise now or make a bet equal to your ante bet or fold your hand.


Bet 0$ on the round.
Match the last players bet.
Bet higher then the last players bet.
Abandon the round and forfeit any previous bets.
First set of 3 community cards shown on the table.
The 4th community card shown on the table.
The 5th and final community card shown on the table, preceding the final round of betting.
In the event of a tie, the highest card in a players hand that does not determine the winner will decide who takes the pot.
A type of bet which pays out depending on the hand you have. The better the hand the higher the payout.
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High card
When no superior hands have been made the highest card wins
Two cards of the same value
2 pair
Two different pairs
3 of a kind
Three cards of the same value
Five cards in a sequence, not of the same suit.
Any 5 cards of the same suit, but not in sequence
Full house
3 of a kind with a pair
Four of a kind
All four cards of the same value
Straight flush
Any 5 cards in sequence, all in the same suit
Royal Flush
A, K, Q, J, 10, all the same suit
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