In the game of Poker, players can establish a fund called the kitty. The kitty is built by dividing low-denomination chips from pots in which more than one player raises. The kitty belongs to all players and is used for supplies, such as new decks of cards. The remaining kitty chips are split among players who are still in the game. Players who leave the Poker game before the end of the hand do not receive any kitty chips.

The limit on the number of chips a player may have in a pot-limit game is usually two, five, or ten. It depends on the stage of the game. Before a draw is made, the limit is five, and ten chips are required afterward. In the first four betting intervals, the limit is five, while it is ten in the last betting interval. The final betting interval in a pot-limit game is usually ten.

The game of poker is played around an oval or circular table. Each player has to choose an initial dealer from a shuffled deck. The first player to deal is the one with the highest card. Repeated dealings break ties. The initial dealer shuffles and cuts the deck and advances the game. The winning player is the one who has the highest value card. Poker is the most popular game in the world, and is played by a variety of people.