The "turn" is the
fourth card is dealt onto the board, and the
sixth card available to the player. Some players
call this "fourth street". More often, however,
the term "turn" used. Again, the dealer burns a
card from the deck and then places the right of
the last flop card is a card face up on the
way look of the turn:
The 9 of spades
is the "turn card".
Now the players have access to the four cards on
the board and their two hole cards. As in the
previous betting round the player to the left of
the dealer button ("D" for dealer) and is still
involved in the game begins.
The use of the turn corresponds to the upper
limit, in a € 2-4 game, these are € 4 Each
player has to with three raises per betting
round use and a cap. If a player bets € 4 and if
the other party can only fold or 'call (call),
then it can increase again, and the total of
three times. If only two players are left, the
number of raises in our real-money tables is
Now there are five cards on the board and the
players have two hole cards. Now the first
player is again left of the dealer button, who
is still involved in the series. Upon completion
of all actions such as "check" (exit) "Bet"
(set), "Call" (going along), "raise" (increase )
begins the showdown.
The player who has performed the action or who
made the last bet, the last increase or the
last re-raise his cards must first be disclosed.
This means that the player who has performed the
last action in the last card (River) must show
his cards first.