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The 'Turn Card' - Online Poker

The 'turn card' (also known as Fourth Street) is the fourth community card that is dealt to the board in community card games such as Hold'em and Omaha. There are five community cards in total that are dealt to the board. Players would aim to use their hole cards in hand in combination with the board cards to make the best 5 card hand.

There are two betting rounds that occur before the turn card is dealt. In Hold'em, each player gets two hole cards (face down) and then there is the first round of betting. The flop is then dealt, which are the first three of 5 cards dealt to the board. There is then a second round of betting. The turn card is then dealt, followed by a third round of betting. There is then one final card dealt, known as the river card. This is followed by one final round of betting then showdown. In Omaha, the community cards are dealt in the same order and the turn card comes in the same sequence. The only difference is that players are dealt 4 hole cards instead of two and must use two cards in hand with any three on the board to make the best card hand.

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