The Official Poker Code of Conduct

During the past decade, poker has become an international game. Over a decade ago, the International Poker Federation compiled a set of rules for poker games around the world. They are now freely available on the internet.

The poker code of conduct has many rules and guidelines. It covers all aspects of poker play. Violating these rules can result in permanent ban or forfeiture of all poker chips.

The code of conduct is a set of rules and regulations governing the conduct of players, game providers and other participants in a poker game. It includes many violations, including cheating, collusion, verbal threats and physical intimidation.

Before the start of each hand, players post an ante. The ante is a pre-set amount of money each player is required to pay before the cards are dealt. The ante is raised at regularly scheduled intervals.

There are two types of blinds: the small blind and the big blind. The big blind is the first player to put money into the pot. It must be forced bets, a pre-determined amount of money. The player to the left of the big blind can raise, call or fold.

The dealer is the one who deals the cards. He determines the winning hand and the winner of the pot.

After the cards have been dealt, the player to the left of the big blind is the next person to act. If no one has made a bet, a player can raise. If another player makes a bet, the player can check. The player with the best five card combination wins the pot.