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                                       Poker School


There are 52 cards in a Poker Deck.The Cards have center suits (Spades, Clubs, Hearts & Diamonds). Each suit has 13 cards ane a 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, J (Jack), Q (Queen), K (king) & A (Ace) . With each card having a higher rank, then the ones before. In Poker you can use the numbers (2-9), the letters (J-Q-K-A), and/or the suits to form winning hands that are bet on.

Hand Ranking


A "Royal Flush" is the highest hand a player can get in poker! There are only four (4) Royal Flushes" available in a deck of cards. They can be in Hearts, Diamonds, Spades or Clubs.



A ""Full House" is three of a kind and a pair of another. A full house is higher ranking than a flush, because it is harder to get,.


Is simply three (3) of the same cards and any two (2) of other cards that are not the same. These three (3) match cards will have diffrent suits.


A "Straight Flush"is the second highest hand you can get in poker. They are five cards in a roll all in the same suit. The higher the numbers, the better the hand.


A "Flush" is any five cards with the same suit. Players can get a flush in Spades, Hearts, Clubs or Diamonds. A flush beats a straight everytime.


Will be a matching pair of cards and a second (2nd) matching pair of cards with a fifth (5th) card that does not match anything, If  two (2) players have the same pairs, whoever has the highest odd card wins.


'Four of a kind" is all four cards in the four different suits. A player can get 13 different kinds of "Four of a Kind" these include" 2's - 3's - 4's - 5's -6's-7's - 8's - 9's- 10's -J's -Q='s K's and A's.


A "Straight" is any five (5) cards in a roll. It does not matter what type of suit is in the straight. The A (Ace) can serve as a bottom one (1) card or as the highest card after the King.



Is one (1) set of matching cards with three (3) differnt cards. In Poker if more than one player has a pair, the player with the highest pairwins.


Basic Rules

Poker "At The Turn" Is played by Montana Rules. Montan rules limits each pot to $800. For a complete guide on Montana Rules for Poker - please search on the Internet.

The Lingo

The best way to learn Poker Lingo is to look it up on the Internet and learn the "Poker Terms." For example the first (1st) three (3) cards that are laid face up on the table is called "The Flop" - the next card that is delt from the top is a "Burn Card" - which nobody sees. The next card that is delt is called "The Turn" and it is the forth card that is turned face up on the table. The next card that is delt from the top of the deck, is another "Burn Card" and the last card that is delt and laid face up on the table is called "The River." 


When playing TEXAS HOLD'EM -"At The Turn" - The first (1st) betting takes place before the cards are delt. The first (1st) player to the left of the floating dealer marker places a small blind bet ($1), the second (2nd) player to the left of the marker places a big blind bet ($3). These are forced bets (ante), then two (2) cards are delt to each player and the player to the left of the big blind can either Call ($3), raise (increase their bet) or fold. After all the bets are placed, then "The Flop" is laid sown and another round of betting is made. Then the "Turn Card" is placed face up followed by another round of betting, last the "River Card" is placed face up amd the last round of betting is made. 

Game Variations

According to Montana Poker Rules, various types of poker can be played with dealers choice, if the poker table offers it. "At The Turn" only plays TEXAS HOLD'EM and OMAHA, however other Montana Poker variations can include, but not limited to: Pinapple, 5 Card Stud, 7 Card Stud, 7 Card Stud High/Low Split, 3 Card Low and more.

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