Playing Flop Poker is easy and requires no prior experience in poker. To begin, you place an ante bet on the table. Once you've placed your bet, both you and the dealer are dealt two hole cards face down. Additionally, three community cards are placed face up on the table - this is called "the flop." Your goal now is to decide whether to continue playing or fold based on your initial hand strength.
If you choose to continue playing, you must place a "call" bet equal to twice the amount of your ante bet. After all bets have been made, two more community cards are revealed one at a time - these are called "the turn" and "the river." At this point, it's time for showdown! The dealer reveals their hole cards and determines who has formed the best poker hand using their own two hole cards combined with any three community cards.