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In a No Limit Texas Holde'm cash game, the "table stakes" relate to the amount of the small and big blinds. In a five dollar and a ten dollar game, the Small Blind put in $5, the Big Blind put in $10.
And those blinds remain equal for the whole game. Once the blinds are in the pot, two cards are dealt to each player, the first player, to act is the one sitting to the left of the big blind. From now on every player can bet the minimum of the big blind amount and the maximum of his chips.
A raise must be at least twice the previous bet. The betting round is complete after each player has folded, called the highest bet or went all in.
The only thing that's different from limit Texas Holdem is the betting limit, but as you can guess, it's a very important difference.
The trick is to try to win the big pots since they can get really big.
Going all in If a player bets more than your whole stack, you can go all in, and if you win, you'll get the relative amount of the pot. For example, if the pot is $50, one player bets $50 another player calls and if you have got only $20 you can go all in. If you win you will get $110, $50 from the original pot and three times $20. The better hand from the other two players win $60. This $60 is called the side pot.
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