This video shows you the basics of dealing a hand of Texas Hold 'em. When dealing you always start off dealing the cards to your left; deal two cards to each player to start the initial round of betting. After the round of betting is over you "burn" one card by placing it face down, then turn over three cards called the "flop". This is followed by a round of betting. Then you burn one card and flip over one card called the "turn". This followed by another round of betting leaves you to burn one more card then deal out the final community card called the "river". After the final round of betting has concluded the hand is over. One other good piece of information this video gives you is that the dealer will be the last person to act after the flop. The action is in the same rotation as the cards are dealt. Overall the video is a basic overview of dealing a hand of Texas Hold 'em and should help a beginner understand the basics.
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