What do you mean by "regular poker." I would suggest by following recent trends in popularity Texas Hold em poker may be considered as regular poker.
But with so many other forms of poker existing you may need to be a little more specific.
Otherwise you could check out the early learning stages in the my Texas hold em learning program at http://www.newpokerbreed.com/Phase1Learnthegame.html
You may want to check out two of the hubs that I have previously posted.
Poker hand rankings - this pertains to any form of "regular poker" including Texas Hold'em, Draw poker, and even Omaha poker.
How to play poker - This contains a compilation of poker rules and tutorials.
Roberts rules of poker - complete resource for all the official rules of poker and its the most current version.
I just wrote an article about how to play better Zynga Facebook poker. The game is a lot different than standard poker because the hands are all drawn from a pre-determined database and not drawn completely at random. This game can be just as fun however!
Check it out:
http://notpc.hubpages.com/hub/How-to-pl … of-winning
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