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Jan
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revised Hold'em hand history with hero
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Jan
6
answered Hold'em hand history with hero
Dec
19
revised Bet sizes in Limit Texas Hold'em in cases of a players all-in
explanation why this is not a duplicate of the sidepot question.
Dec
12
comment Bet sizes in Limit Texas Hold'em in cases of a players all-in
10 is not the big blind, 5 is the big blind. 5 is also the bet-size in the first two rounds. 10 is the bet size on turn and river. This is the naming convention for Limit Hold'em. It can indeed happen that a player has less chips than the big blind or the small blind (at least I saw this online and I don't see any reason why this is invalid in the first place). The question remains: What are the proper calls/raises in case a players all-in does not match the bet size?
Dec
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Dec
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Dec
11
asked Bet sizes in Limit Texas Hold'em in cases of a players all-in