Poker is a card game in which players wager money (chips or cash, depending on the game) against one another. The player with the highest hand wins the pot. It is a game of chance, but skill and tactics can help you win more often.
Betting is done in intervals, determined by the rules of the game. The first betting interval begins after each player receives 2 hole cards. Then, each player must put in chips or cash equal to the bet made by the player before him.
You are dealt a pair of kings off the deal, which isn’t bad but not great. You say “call” to make a bet the same as the last person. This places $10 in the pot, or more if you raise it.
When a flop comes, it’s time to bet again. Usually, there are 3 other cards in the flop. The player with the highest pair, flush or straight wins the pot. Then if no one has a high pair, the highest single card breaks ties.
It takes time to develop good instincts in poker. Practice and observe other players to learn how to read the game. Observing other players helps you to identify tells, which are subtle clues that someone might be bluffing or have a strong hand. For example, a player who blinks more than usual or chews gum might be trying to mask nervousness. A player who raises their bets frequently could also be bluffing, or perhaps have a strong hand.