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Betting all chips at a betting round in a no limit game

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What happens if two players reach the showdown and one of them is out of chips?

When there are two remaining players in Texas Holden, and one of them has gone all in on the turn, what happens if the other player calls and the river is dealt? There’s one player with no chips left ...
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Do I have to raise or bet after going all in pre flop?

So I go all in preflop, after post flop when it is my turn, unable to check because there is a bet from previous player, does that mean I still have to call or raise?
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All in player mucks hand before runout

(2/5 cash) The hand is heads up to the flop and after the flop the action is all in, and call. After counting the amount of the all in the dealer begins to put the turn and river when the player who ...
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Can you fold after an all-in? Verbal declaration

After doing some reading I couldn't find anything that could answer this specific situation. This is cash game not a tournament. So after the turn card is flipped, I go all-in, and the only other ...
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Positive EV play verse LAG in $1/$3 live game

Recently, I was at a $1-$3 NL table with a couple of villains with more than 2K stacks. One of the villains was a LAG who raised "every" preflop hand to $25. Often times the flop would ...
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If you push chips in does it constitute commitment even if it’s not enough chip

I was all-in for $7000. The dealer said she is all in for 7. Everyone folded to the big blind (4000), who looked at his cards then pushed his chips in. I thought he was folding or calling. Since we ...
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Splitting the pot between two players who have gone all in against two players with higher chip counts and won

So the title might be confusing, here's the scenario assuming a standard Texas Hold-Em game: Player 1 is All-In with 100 chips in play Player 2 is All-In with 200 chips in play Player 3 has raised to ...
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Uncountable all in

During a game of poker , if when someone goes “all -in” then shoves all of their chips into the pot without counting them , what do you do? 5 other players have stakes in and the pot is large as is. ...
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When are you allowed to reveal your hand?

Ok, here's the scenario. 2 players play in a heads up poker game with family and friends for Player 1's birthday. Flop has 4, A, Q. Player 1 (P1) goes all in. Player 2 (P2) takes a long time deciding ...
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Is the big blind player allowed act if other players go all-in for at most the big blind amount?

Assuming the blinds in a NLHE cash game are $50/$100, three players are dealt in, and the players have these stack sizes before posting the blinds: UTG player: $100 SB player: $100 BB player: $200 ...
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Is it poor etiquette to fake all-in on the river?

I've started using this technique that has been profitable: when I'm semi-bluffing and my draws brick on the river, I am faced with having to bluff a big river bet. I sometimes start sliding all my ...
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Is it worth bluffing all in on the river with an ace river card?

Here's the situation from a hand today: 25 NL online (Ignition) I have 7Kd in CO. Everyone folds to me and I raise to $1. BB calls. We both have roughly $20 behind. Flop comes Td9hQd. I have a gutshot ...
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How to handle an all-in from the opponent on the flop?

Here's the specific scenario I ran into yesterday: It's a live 1/2 game, I have pocket kings UTG+2. UTG+3 raises to $15, everyone folds to me, I raise to $45. He calls. The flop comes 37Tr. I check to ...
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Is it profitable to call an all-in on the flop with a straight draw?

I had a double-ended straight draw on the flop with QJs and a KT6r board. I needed an A or a 9 to make the straight. I was last to act and facing two all-ins. Using the rule of 4 with 8 outs, I know I ...
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How to calculate pre-flop odds with hands revealed?

I’m trying to create a backend for a Poker odds calculator. I know how to go about calculating odds post-flop, but I’m having a hard time calculating the odds pre-flop. How do I go about calculating ...
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Tournament Ante Deduction Player All In

I am writing an online poker game software in which I want to conduct tournaments. In tournaments sometimes players remain to "sit out" throughout the tournament. There is 1 case that's ...
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In heads-up no-limit Texas hold'em poker, how often can you expect to win against an opponent who goes all-in on all hands?

Going all in on all-hands is clearly suboptimal, but facing such a player would be challenging - at some point, you still need to take a chance. So given optimal play, how often can you expect to beat ...
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Is All In Pre Flop the new Poker?

I have been playing poker everyday these last weeks. And I have noticed that a lot of people are playing all in pre flop. Am I missing something here? Is this soms new way of playing now? Or is this ...
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What strategy to use when every round someone goes all in pre-flop

I was in the last 12 of a 45 player online tournament with a $1.50 buy in, NL Texas holdem. I was switched to a new table and every single round someone would go all in pre-flop, this continued for ...
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Can a player win an ante higher than his all-in bet?

The blinds are 300/600 with big blind ante of 600. A player not in the blinds position has only 100 and moves all in. Can this player win the 600 ante if they win the hand?
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Can showing cards in a tournament constitute a call to an all-in?

I faced the following situation today in a Texas Holdem No Limit tournament and would be interested in hearing views on what is correct. Preflop Player A shoves all-in. Player B calls. Player C goes ...
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First round all-in

Suppose you play NLH with deep stacks, first round of betting, no raises yet. Should you ever go all-in with your first bet? If someone else goes all-in with their first bet, how should you react? I'...
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Player fold in split pot, is he part of main pot?

Player A is all in to which player B and C matches the amount, then we created a split pot for player B and C and now Player B puts some amount to which Player C folds. Would player C win anything ...
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Showing cards before showdown, all-in situation [duplicate]

P1 is the chip leader. P1 Button, P2 SB , P3 BB P1 goes all-in; P2 call; P3 still deciding his move shows his cards. No other players are active in the hand and P3 was the last one to act. Is P3 ...
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Rules on players exposing card before all players bet

I was playing poker, and went all-in on the flop. I got called by multiple players, but those players had more chips than I did. I exposed my cards at the river before the final round of betting. What'...
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What to do if you are dealt AA at the begining of a tournament

Imagine you are in a tournament no rebuys allowed, you are on the big blind with AA and someone on early position pushes all in, should you take a chance on variance against a probably (AA, AK, KK, QQ)...
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Texas Holdem going all in with cards under your chips

Is it considered a muck or folding your cards if you go all in with your chips and your cards are under the chips. When you push the chips in and your cards in at the same time?
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Need analysis of flop bluff shove

I'm playing heads-up in a cash game (only 2 players at the table). I have 40xBB. The opponent has 60xBB. I'm BB. I have A♥9♦ The villain min-raises. I raise 5xBB. He calls. The flop: J♠Q♠K♠ I go ...
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I am so confused with All-In of Limit Holdem [duplicate]

I am so confused with All-In of Limit Holdem. I searched the answer but I could not find any.... Could you please anyone explain me the rules of Call, Raise, and Complete when the amount of All-in is ...
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What is the true rule in a situtation like that?

2 players is in pot.After turn one of goes for all in and other player called his all in.Dealer open the river card without asking players "how many times would you like to open last card?".So there ...
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Mucking cards on an all-in hand

Player 1 goes all-in. Player 2 has player 1 covered and calls. Player 2 flops two pair, but player 1 turns a straight. Player 2 angrily throws his cards into the muck after the turn and his hand ...
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How to deal with players who aggressively pre-flop all-in in low stakes hold-em?

I'm trying to improve my poker ability (only very recently started) so I am playing on online tables with no real money stakes. At least half of the players I come across just all-in pre-flop on every ...
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All in betting when you are last in chips

My friend said that if the player who goes all in has fewer chips then the other player(s) that the other player(s) have to go all in as well. I disagree. I thought the other player(s) had to only ...
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Trip Aces vs Possible Flush

Here's a hand I played today. Worked out for me in the end, but not sure if I played it the best on .5/1 NL I'm dealt A♠6♠ UTG opens to 3.5BB, I 3-bet to 6BB, UTG calls Flop comes A&...
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All in player exposes cards in multiway pot when action is not over

A, B, and C are in the hand. B and C both cover A. A goes all in, and is called by both B and C. A mistakenly believes only one opponent called, and showed his cards believing it was a showdown. There ...
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All in or fold strategy

I played in my first live tournament at the casino Saturday night, not a bad turn out, 61 entered. Starting chip stack 15,000. I have been playing online for about 5 or 6 years now and something ...
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Putting Crazy Players on a hand

Playing 8 handed 1/2 nlhe at a table with a couple LAG fish, 3 tight passive, myself playing TAG but I get a bit loose from cutoff to button. Lots of limpers every hand. I never limp, I raise or I don’...
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Profitable players crazy all ins

Question: What is the correlation between lifetime profitability and luck? Can luck last for many thousands of hands? Have you noticed profitable players going all in with weak hands and winning? My ...
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Is speech final in Poker?

We were playing poker with a few friends. Once we were heads up, I went all-in. The other player said he's all-in. But didn't move any chips forward. Right after that, he said: "Nevermind. I fold." ...
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Unusual Tournament spot

Ok this was when I first started playing so please go easy on me, live tournament 80 players down to 13, paid at 7th 8 handed blinds are 1500/3000 Hero (120,000 ) average stack V1 (250,000) V2/V3 (20,...
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Can "run it twice" be a +EV in a long run?

The concept of "run it twice" is that when players go all in, the rest of the board will be dealt two times with the cards left at the deck. The pot is then by splitted into two parts; one for both "...
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Dead raise in tournament

I was playing in a AHL poker league tournament the other day. The person to my right bet 3000. I folded. The person to my left went all in with only 3700, with people still to her left to act between ...
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Risky home game hand, right or wrong move?

I played a home game with some friends tournament-style, and I made a risky all-in move I am thinking twice about. effective stack is ~500, my opponent covers me by 40. blinds are 2/5. Preflop ...
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What is your maximum stack size when shoving?

Is there a general rule when shoving in a sit-and-go? in short stacked situations, how many big blinds would you put in the middle and why?
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How would you play this?

NLH Tournament Final table, 7 players remaining out of about 25 Average stack is ~130,000 (16 BB); I have 70,000 (9 BB) Blinds are 4000/8000 with 1000 ante I'm BB, am dealt AA. Action folds all ...
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Hand Vs hand odds [duplicate]

Is there an equation that represents the odd of hand Vs hand. So for example Heads up all in play Player 1 AA Player 2 A3 off suit Flop 2,4,Q Turn 5 River 9 What would be the odds of player 2 ...
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Correct hand for all in?

I was playing a low-key local tournament (30 players, NLH) and I was down to about the final 10 (two tables remaining). I was small blind and had about 5 BB remaining. Most players folded, one called ...
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Confused about pot odds

I wanted to practice my implied and pot odds calculating skills and found this website online http://www.philnolimits.com/uploads/8/1/8/9/8189328/practice_pot_odds_and_expected_value_problems.pdf And ...
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Keep getting beaten All In with AA

I keep getting beaten with my strong hands like AA by weaker hands...what am I doing wrong? I really want to get good at poker, I understand what hands to fold and which to play, but somehow I'm ...
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Final 3 players on the table [closed]

Player A small blind of 10K Player B big blind of 20K Player C decided to say ALL IN Player A decided to call C Player B decided to say ALL IN Player A didn't know B said ALL IN Player C showed the ...
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