idnplay is a card game in which players place bets on the strength of their hands. Each player begins the hand with two hole cards that can only be used by them. The dealer then shuffles the cards and deals each player one at a time, starting with the player on their left. Each player then has the option to call or raise. All bets are placed into a pot and the player with the best five-card poker hand wins.
After the initial betting round the dealer puts three new cards out for all to see, called the flop. These are known as community cards. Then another betting round begins with all remaining players being able to fold or call the highest bet.
To get the most out of poker you should play a tight pre-flop range and only call with strong hands. Then you can adjust your opening range as the table position improves. For example, EP is the worst position and you should play very tight with your hands but MP allows you to open up a little bit more. Also, it is important to study your opponents and learn how they play the game. You can do this by watching them on Twitch or by reading their subtle physical poker tells. Observing how other players act can help you make more profitable decisions in the long run.