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Do you know how to Play Poker?

So, let’s start with the basics of this game. If you are a beginner and don’t have a clue about how to play a poker game this article will definitely help you. Before starting to play the game, you should check out the basic poker hand rankings guide below. Don’t worry, it is pretty simple to memorize. The winning poker hands are:

1. Royal Flush

The most superior hand to beat other hands, all the same suit and the sequence is A-K-Q-J-T.

2. Straight Flush

All the same suit in any sequence, for example 8-7-6-5-4.

3. Four of a Kind

Same valued four cards, for example K-K-K-K.

4. Full House

A pair and three of a kind.

5. Flush

All the same suit.

6. Straight

A basic sequence like 7-6-5-4-3.

7. Three of a kind

Three cards that have the same value like 4-4-4.

8. Two-pair

Two pairs like 8-8 or 6-6.

9. Pair

Any pair like 2-2 or K-K.

10. High Card

The highest card you have.

Do you know how to Play Poker?

So, let’s start with the basics of this game. If you are a beginner and don’t have a clue about how to play a poker game this article will definitely help you. Before starting to play the game, you should check out the basic poker hand rankings guide below. Don’t worry, it is pretty simple to memorize. The winning poker hands are:

1. Royal Flush

The most superior hand to beat other hands, all the same suit and the sequence is A-K-Q-J-T.

2. Straight Flush

All the same suit in any sequence, for example 8-7-6-5-4.

3. Four of a Kind

Same valued four cards, for example K-K-K-K.

4. Full House

A pair and three of a kind.

5. Flush

All the same suit.

6. Straight

A basic sequence like 7-6-5-4-3.

7. Three of a kind

Three cards that have the same value like 4-4-4.

8. Two-pair

Two pairs like 8-8 or 6-6.

9. Pair

Any pair like 2-2 or K-K.

10. High Card

The highest card you have.

Got questions?

Do you have a problem?

Q: I can’t log into my Facebook account to play the game. I think my account was hacked. How can I get it back?

A: Please directly contact Facebook Security.

Q: I guess my account was hacked! How can I get my account and/or my chips back?

A: We advice our players to create strong passwords. If you think that your account was hacked, please contact Leon Poker Customer Support. The support team will walk you through the process of securing your account, and your missing chips.

Q: I received a notification that I received gift chips, but my chips did not upload?

A: Please click the notification first. If the chips are not loaded despite the notification, contact Leon Poker Customer Support.

Q: I bought chips but it wasn’t still transferred to my account. What can I do?

A: Because of Facebook’s security policy, your account will be uploaded within 72 hours. If the problem persists, contact Leon Poker Customer Support.

Q: How can I keep my account secure?

A: Update your system regularly, use strong passwords, never share them with anyone, and don’t click on suspicious links.

Q: Where can I report a cheating player, and what will Leon Poker do about it?

A: You can report a player in-game. Leon Poker reviews all reports of potential cheatings and unfair gameplay. If any Leon Poker Terms of Service violation detected, an action will be taken against their account.

Q: I’ve noticed that some players are playing as a team on the table. What can I do?

A: Contact with Leon Poker Customer Support. They will immediately take action.

Q: Is it okay to buy Leon Poker cash and items from another website?

A: No. Purchasing game currency or items from third-party vendors is dangerous. They can collect your information and misuse it, trick you into giving them your password, and steal your chips. It’s a violation of our Terms of Service to purchase from third-party sellers. Play it safe, and buy while you’re in the game.

Q: While I was playing Leon Poker, I saw a horrible picture . How can I report it?

A: Please send us all the relevant information, including a link of the player’s profile if it is possible and a screenshot. We will take action quickly.

Q: My Account is banned. How can I activate it again?

A: Please contact Leon Poker Customer Support. They will walk you through the process of game rules. You can send an e-mail [email protected]

Q: A player posted some really disturbing and mean things in chat. Where can I report it, and what will Leon Poker do about this player?

A: Please send the player’s profile as a link to Leon Poker Customer Support and a screenshot of the message. We take abuse very seriously. If any violation of our Terms of Service is detected, we will take action. 

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Texas HoldEm Poker Terms

Texas Hold’em poker is one of the most popular poker games around the world. If you need quick guidance before learning Texas Hold’em poker rules and gameplay, please check this guide. That will definitely be useful for you. Here are the basic Texas Hold’em terms:
  • Blinds: Blinds are abbreviation of “blind bets”. They are the forced bets a player should make before the cards are dealt.
  • Button: The dealer in the current hand is also called “button”.
  • Call: Matching your bet made by another player.
  • Check: It is similar to a call, but when you choose to check, you bet no money. If there is no raise preflop, the big blind may check.
  • All-In: A player puts all of the chips he/she has into the pot.
  • Preflop: Anything is dealt before the flop is preflop.
  • Flop: The first three community cards dealt.
  • Turn: The fourth community card dealt. It is also known as “fourth street”.
  • Fourth Street: See Turn.
  • River: The fifth and the final community card dealt. Also known as “fifth street”.
  • Fifth Street: See River.
  • Showdown: All the players reveal their cards to discover the pot’s winner.

Texas HoldEm Poker Terms

Texas Hold’em poker is one of the most popular poker games around the world. If you need quick guidance before learning Texas Hold’em poker rules and gameplay, please check this guide. That will definitely be useful for you. Here are the basic Texas Hold’em terms:
  • Blinds: Blinds are abbreviation of “blind bets”. They are the forced bets a player should make before the cards are dealt.
  • Button: The dealer in the current hand is also called “button”.
  • Call: Matching your bet made by another player.
  • Check: It is similar to a call, but when you choose to check, you bet no money. If there is no raise preflop, the big blind may check.
  • All-In: A player puts all of the chips he/she has into the pot.
  • Preflop: Anything is dealt before the flop is preflop.
  • Flop: The first three community cards dealt.
  • Turn: The fourth community card dealt. It is also known as “fourth street”.
  • Fourth Street: See Turn.
  • River: The fifth and the final community card dealt. Also known as “fifth street”.
  • Fifth Street: See River.
  • Showdown: All the players reveal their cards to discover the pot’s winner.

Basics of the poker gameplay

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