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I wonder what the valid bet sizes are in Limit Texas Hold'em in case of a players all-in. Consider the following example: 5/10 Limit Texas Hold'em game. Three players A, B and C. On the flop Player A bets 5, Player B goes all-in with 7. What are the valid amounts of chips that player C can put on the table? Is 7 a valid call? What about 10, 12, 15?
This question is not about how side pots work! It is about what happens to the bet size in Limit Hold'em in case a players all-in does not match the bet-size. It is NOT a duplicate of the question about side pots!