Unlike chess, poker is a game of incomplete information. Players do not know what cards their opponents are holding - they can only guess it with a certain degree of probability. The rules of poker are simple: the player who has the strongest combination of his cards and the cards on the table wins, or the last remaining player if everyone else has dealt cards. A poker hand table is a table that includes all possible pocket card combinations, distributed by position. After assessing his position at the table, a poker player can look at the table to see what hands he can enter the bidding with. Therefore, when I play , I am especially careful in this regard.