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Texas hold'em - Communications 100 Tu Th 12:30-1:45 Individual Speech Outline No-Limit Texas Hold'em 1 Introduction Texas hold'em is a game of

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Communications 100 Tu Th 12:30-1:45 Individual Speech Outline No-Limit Texas Hold’em 1. Introduction: Texas hold’em is a game of knowledge, trickery, deceiving, and skill. It is very easy to learn, but very hard to master. You need to know how to play the game before you can start winning. 2. Explain the general terms that are needed to know in order to play the game I. Talk about blinds. A. Big blind and small blind. The blinds are used to ensure that there is always something in the pot to be won. II. The cards are dealt to each player face down and one at a time. Each player gets a total of 2 cards which are called the “whole cards” or “pocket cards.” III. The flop, the turn, and the river. The dealer “burns” the top card on the deck, (meaning he places it face down and it is not used) then flips over the next top three cards. This is called the flop. Next, the dealer burns one more card, and flips the following card over. This is called the turn or fourth street. And finally, the dealer burns the next card, and then one more card is flipped over. This is the called the river or
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course COM 100 taught by Professor Huy during the Fall '08 term at Rhode Island.

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Texas hold'em - Communications 100 Tu Th 12:30-1:45 Individual Speech Outline No-Limit Texas Hold'em 1 Introduction Texas hold'em is a game of

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