You must place identical ante and blind bets.
Once the 5 face-down community cards have been dealt, the dealer deals 2 cards face down to each player, in turn, and two to himself. Players can check or raise by adding a bet that is either three (3) or four (4) times their ante. Players are prohibited from showing or discussing their cards.
Once all players have made their choice, the dealer reveals the first 3 community cards.
Players that checked can check again or raise by adding a bet equal to twice their ante. Players that previously raised cannot bet again.
Once all players have made their choice, the dealer reveals the last 2 community cards.
Players that checked in the two preceding rounds may raise by adding a bet that is equal to their ante, failing which they are required to fold and thus lose both their ante and blind bets. Players that previously raised cannot bet again.
Once all players have made their choice and placed their hole cards face down on the table, the dealer reveals his two cards. Players that have not already folded their hands, as well as the dealer, now make their best 5-card combination poker hand, using their 2 hole cards and the 5 community cards.
To qualify, the dealer’s 5-card hand must contain a pair or a combination that is of higher rank.
The dealer then turns over each player’s two cards and compares, if necessary, the rank of the hands of players that raised to the rank of his own hand.