There is no shortage of resources for official poker rules. The TDA, which represents the poker industry, has published the TDA Poker Rules in two formats: a Word docx file and a PDF file. The TDA’s official rules have two main versions, one containing recommended procedures and an addendum with large illustrations. The short form has more concise rules and has been updated from the 2017 edition. Regardless of your level of expertise, you can find the official rules for your favorite game of poker here.
The International Federation of Poker is the governing body of the sport. It was established in 2001 by poker players Matt Savage, Linda Johnson, Jan Fisher and David Lamb and has over 2,500 members from 63 countries. The organization’s board members include WSOP Tournament Director Jack Effel. However, poker rules vary in each country. To avoid legal misunderstandings, it is best to check with local laws and regulations before playing poker. In addition, the International Federation of Poker has announced plans to hold two new events in 2011: the Nations Cup duplicate team event, and “The Table” invitational IFP World Championship. During these two major events, up to 130 of the world’s best poker players will compete for the IFP World Championship.
The Official Poker Rankings are a free online database of poker results and rankings. They track all poker tournaments and players’ ratings. They also include prizes, ROI, and prize ladder rankings. They update regularly. You can find out how much money you have won or lost by searching the rankings. In addition to poker tournament results, OPR also lists the best poker websites. If you’re looking for a tournament, the OPR can help you determine the best place to play.