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Tournament table balancing: when joining a table at the button position, explain why you don't get dealt a hand

But it could effect the binds. The blinds would not move. 1 2 3 4 5 CO BTN open SB BB 1 2 3 4 5 CO BTN SB BB BB does not move 1 2 3 4 5 CO BTN SB open BB 1 ...
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Win the Button tournament rules?

It is custom betting so there is not (yet) a standard. Basically win the pot wins the button. You will need to defer to house / casino rules. If you are to the left by 1 or 2 positions of a big ...
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Dealer and Small Blind go bust - how does Dealer button move in this case?

It depends on where you are playing. There are two distinct sets of procedures for moving a button. One is called forward moving button, the other set of procedures does not really have a common title ...
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Dealer and Small Blind go bust - how does Dealer button move in this case?

This situation results in what is called a "dead button" where the button rotates to an empty seat. I am not sure exactly what happens in edge cases (like small blind, big blind, and utg all busting ...
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Tournament table balancing: when joining a table at the button position, explain why you don't get dealt a hand

The misconception of the "Dead Button" is that the button can be placed in space at a place where there is no active player. The button should always be placed at a player at the table. That player is ...
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