In a 1/2 NL Holdem game with a $4 straddle on the button the original under the gun player places a blind raise of $10 before the cards are dealt. The small blind who has only $1 in the pot raises to $14, blig blind folds. My question is what action does the next player, who had a blind $10 raise, have?
I would say that UTG should not be have been allowed to place the $10 raise here. He was acting out of turn as the SB needed to respond to the straddle.
However, assuming that was allowed, then the SB $14 raise was invalid as it was less than a min-raise.
If the $10 raise is $4+$6
Then the next min-raise is $10+$6 = $16
However, assuming that it was allowed, then I don't see why the UTG shouldn't have all actions available to him. He is facing a raise so he can raise/call/fold.
Im asumming there is nothing else going on (such as a player being all in) which might affect the actions