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In third round, dealer places another communal card face up on table. At this time there are 4 communal cards on table, as well as 2 hole or pocket cards per player. Considering current choice of cards in their hand and those open on table, players again place their bets. This round is known as ‘Turn'.
In final round before ‘Show-down', dealer places fifth and final communal card on table, face up. And players begin betting. This round is known as ‘River'.
After River, remaining players begin to show their hands. Players may use any combination of their two hole cards and 5 communal cards to create best possible hand. You may even use all five communal cards to create best hand.
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