“Ante up” or place the blinds (beginning bets). In poker, wagers are made in one of two ways at the start of the game. In Texas Hold’em, the player to their left lays a massive blind wager, at least the lowest chance, while the player next to the dealer often places a small blind bet that is half the standard minimum stake. Another choice is for each player to “ante up,” which entails contributing a starting wager to the pool.
Examine the two cards the dealer deals you to form your hand.
The first card in the deck will be “burned” by the dealer, taking it out of the game. They will then distribute two cards to each player. To find out what you have, check your cards. 
Every time a round of dealing occurs in poker, the dealer will burn a card. This makes it more difficult for players to predict which card will be revealed and increases the element of chance in the game.
The cards are always dealt out clockwise, starting on the left, by the dealer.
After each round is dealt with, you can choose to bet, call, or raise.
You will place a wager each time the dealer deals out a new hand of cards, with the initial chance being made simply based on the two cards each player is holding. When it’s your turn to bet, you have a few alternatives. Betting happens in a circle. Right now, you can:
If no one has placed their initial wager, do so now.
To avoid betting, say “check.”
To match someone else’s wager, use “call.”
To add more money to the betting pool, say “raise.” The other players will travel around in a circle and decide whether to “call” your new wager or fold if you “raise.”
If another player has bet and you don’t want to match it, say “fold.” If you decide to fold, deal your cards face-down to the dealer to prevent the other players from getting an advantage.