Jul 14, 2009

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In poker, the flop refers to the dealing of the first three face-up cards to the board, or to those three cards themselves, in community card poker variants, particularly Texas hold 'em and Omaha hold 'em.

The three cards are dealt simultaneously following the completion of the opening round of betting. After the flop, there is a second round of betting, which is followed by the dealing of a fourth, or turn, card; and a fifth, or river, card. The three cards are often dealt face-down in a stack, then the stack is turned face-up and quickly slid to one side to expose all three cards, such that a player cannot be seen to be reacting to one particular card.

After the flop, a player will have seen five of the seven cards that will make up their hand at the showdown. While the flop marks the point at which players have significant information about the value of their hand, three more betting rounds are still to be played out.

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The river card is the final card dealt in a poker hand, to be followed by a final round of betting and, if necessary, a showdown. In Texas hold 'em and Omaha hold'em, the river, also called fifth street, is the fifth and last card to be dealt to the board, after the flop and turn. In seven-card stud the river is the final downcard dealt to each player, although in certain circumstances (such as when there are insufficient cards remaining in the deck to deal a card face down to each player remaining in the hand) the river is dealt as a face-up community card.

The river can change the fortune of a game by delivering one player a card which they need to beat another player's already completed hand. A player losing the pot due only to the river card is said to have been 'rivered' or 'drowned at the river'. Chancing the game on the river card is called 'living by the river', because of the dangers involved, and winning is called "sucking out"

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The turn card or fourth street, in poker, is the fourth of five cards dealt to the board, constituting one face-up community card that each of the players in the game can use to make up their final hand.

Typically found in community card poker games like Texas hold 'em and Omaha hold 'em, the turn follows the completion of the second round of betting after the flop, and is immediately followed by a third round of betting which concludes with the river.