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Risky home game hand, right or wrong move?

Before you bluff an amateur be sure they are willing to make a big lay down. Sounds like you put 435 at risk to win 130. You put him on a 2 pair or a big pair. If you really had QQ, TT, or QT would ...
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Who wins this hand

Assuming this is No Limit Hold'em, his K♥ will beat your 9♥. He has a K♥J♥T♥6♥4♥ flush you have a J♥T♥9♥6♥5♥ flush ...
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Tough spot with Aces against regular, NLHE-6max

Preflop is standard and flop is fine. At that point, the only hand that beats you is a flopped flush and even then you have a strong re-draw to a full house. On the turn, I'd bet more. Your hand ...
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Best method to mark the numbers onto poker chips?

Rubber stamp. A few dollars each online. A variety of colors in the ink. Since you likely have a lot of chips to do, stamping is much faster and neater then compared to using a sharpey or stencil. ...
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Does a player get dealt a card if they fold out of turn?

Actual rulings with this are going to vary. Seven card stud is not a very common game anymore so a lot of places do not even have the situation come up but once in a blue moon. Technically the rule ...
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Tough spot with Aces against regular, NLHE-6max

You flop the second nuts on what is still a very scary board for you. I think you need to play it more aggressively than you did. Not likely either of you hit a flush on the flop as you would not ...
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How to deal with a table that always calls?

Good players don't call :) so if you play against fishies, you have to be very selective. Play only premuim hands and always raise them (even if everyone calls, you still have very good chances to win ...
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Best method to mark the numbers onto poker chips?

Why not just make a placard, similar to what you would find as a table setting card, and write the chip denominations there, in Sharpie on both sides of the card, and sit it on the table? Such a ...
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Verbal declaration to raise question

Technically verbal declarations are always binding. So in the situation, regardless of Player B paying attention or not Player A is bound to raise. I'll give you an example here, if Player A said ...
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A list of funny / non competetive Poker Variants

Like: everybody holds on card up on his forehead so that all opponents can see the card. So the opponents can see that, but not the player himself. This is called Indian Poker and I am sure this ...
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playing with wrong two cards

If this were to happen in a casino it would be declared a misdeal and they would try to refund the money of everyone that had something invested. this is unlike the situation where someone who had ...
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Handling "running it twice" situations

Don't shuffle as the idea to reduce variance. I someone hits a 2 outer then make them hit a 1 outer on the next run. If you are running the turn and river if you miss the turn then you want to ...
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