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Knowing more about this hand would be very helpful. A few thoughts on what I do know, K-9, is basically a trouble hand. K-9 is a hand Doyle Brunson refers to in his book in an off the cuff way with negative attitude, saying something to the effect that good NLHE players do not play K-9. (My copy is in a box so I can’t quote directly). So I am wondering why ...


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First, as people have stated on another recent question here, there may well be cheating by players in online poker. But what you're describing is not all that fishy. You don't describe the pre-flop action or how many players were in the hand. You also don't describe the suits of your hand, the flop and the villain's hand, which I'd argue has at least a ...


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To look at it more simply you just think in terms of who can raise this partial raise and who cannot, and why this is so. Any player who has already passed in making a raise by making a call, cannot raise the partial all in raise. Any player who has not already called the original raise still can raise this partial raise. Consider the partial raise as one ...


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The short answer is no, there are no standard phrases that must be used in order for the verbalization of your action to be binding. (this may not be inclusive of all poker venues). Whenever you make an action in turn it is your burden to make that action in a clear unambiguous manner. There are is you describe some "cute players", but for the most part, ...


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Almost all casinos have a rule that says you need to show two cards to win the pot. They also all have a rule that says the last live hand is the only hand that has claim to a pot. So the second player has claim to the pot rather or not he shows the hand. But also it is clear that the rule says at showdown he is required to show the hand. If one gets ...


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If the card is known, you fix it, if no action has taken place, if action has taken place, you continue the round using the card. You might also consider just letting it lay and play always, because you can never be quit sure the dealer actually did not burn. Unless someone happened to see them not burn it is never really clear. Note if your on the flop ...


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Texas hold em was first played in Las Vegas in the late 60's (66 or 67). The card room manager at the Golden Nugget in downtown, Bill Boyd introduced the game to the players. Bill was from Texas some rounders had been playing the game in underground and back room games. I believe Bill can take credit for naming the game, or at least bringing the slang for ...


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You can tell the folks outright next time that in standard Hold 'Em, only the best 5 cards are playable in any one player's hand. In this case, the board is showing the best 5 cards (Aces and Kings with a Queen kicker), as neither player 1 nor player 2 can make a better 5 card hand than what is showing on the board.


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It is important to note that NLHE is a simple betting structure. You have blinds of different sizes and these things effect bankroll decisions, but they really do not effect anything else. Limits on betting add a level of complication to the game. With limit holdem there are limits to what you can bet, and these limits in relation to blinds dramatically ...


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Texas Holdem for advanced players by David Sklansky and Mason Malmuth This was the bible for limit Holdem player in the late eighties on. It is about playing limit texas Hold-em, but still a must read for players. The Book of tells by Mike Caro. Not exclusive to hold-em, but a must have for every poker player. Classic and forever relevant. Super System By ...


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Player 1 bid 2000 + player 2 bid 500 All in + player 3 bid 2000 Total pot is of 4500. Player 2 is winner but as his bid is lowest he can only get the amount he bid from each player so 500 he covers which he bid 500 from player1 and 500 from player3 so he is getting 1500 player 1 loss all he bid but player 3 wins the remaining amount which is 3000.



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