Texas Hold’em Poker table hire UK

 

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Texas hold’em game play; Texas Hold’em table game play; Texas Hold’em table rules.

Texas Hold’em Poker table game play

The classic poker game, as seen on TV, Texas Hold’em Poker tournaments are an ever popular way to bring people together to network.

In Texas Hold’em each player will receive two cards face-down. Five cards are dealt face-up in the centre of the table. These cards are called ‘community' cards and are used by all players. By using the two cards in their hands - hole cards - plus any of the three of the five community cards, each player will try to make the best possible five-card hand.

Poker table information

Texas Hold’em Poker hire across Scotland – Top Hat Casino has TEN professional Texas Hold’em Poker tables available for hire, more than any other fun casino.

Our full-size, free-standing poker tables are a traditional oval shape. Top Hat’s Texas Hold’em tables for hire can accommodate up to nine players at one time, making them far better value for your event.

All of Top Hat’s poker tables for hire are finished in sophisticated green cloth and padded black surrounds, adding a traditional and stylish look to your event. 

Texas Hold’em rules (very briefly)

Texas Hold’em is an intricate game with many rules but it is played with a standard deck of 52 cards. Aces count as high or low.

The aim of the game is for the players to win ‘the tot’ - the money staked - by having the highest ranked hand.

During a round of betting a player may take one of four actions:
    Check - a bet of zero,
    Call - a bet matching the preceding bet,
    Raise - a bet higher than the preceding bet,
    Fold - withdraw from the betting, losing any money already staked.

Top Hat will provide an introductory poker lesson before a tournament, along with printed ‘hands sheets’ for your guests. As always, our friendly trained croupiers will assist your guests during play and give them hints and tips.

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