When playing poker, one of the most important things to remember is to treat your opponents with respect. Don’t scream and complain when you’re getting beat, or blame the dealer for your bad cards. These behaviors can create a negative environment for everyone at the table and ruin the fun of the game. Players should also never act out of turn or hide their chip stacks. This is unethical and can give information about your hand to your opponents.
In poker, the highest hand with two distinct pairs is the winner. If two players have a tie for high and low, the pot is split as evenly as possible. If two players have the same pair, the player with the higher card in their suit gets the odd chip. In some games, the ace is treated as the lowest card.
If you have a pair of kings, you may be in a position to fold your hand, even if you are out of the pot. The sevens rule does not apply to you if you’re playing in a no-limit game, but you should be aware of it. This rule prevents players from winning money on subsequent bets. However, it doesn’t mean that you can’t win money if you have a better hand than the other players.
When playing poker, you should always have a minimum ante. This amount is based on the stakes in the game. This minimum ante is typically the minimum amount you should bet to play the game.