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What is the min-raise and min-reraise in Holdem No Limit?

@Dutch.Boyd's answer contradicts the very TDA he posted with it. B: In no-limit and pot limit, an all-in wager of less than a full raise does not reopen the betting to a player who has already ...
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What is the minimum amount which can be raised to after a bet and a raise in front?

In most card rooms, the raise to $11 is perfectly valid. Some have pointed out here before, though, that some european poker rooms use a different convention where any raise must be double the last ...
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What is a "dead raise"?

When you straddle in the traditional sense in a poker room that allows them, it's considered a "live" straddle. Several popular variations of straddling exist, but one common element is that they're "...
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Re-raise multiple times with differing amounts?

The size of the last raise is the minimum size for the next raise. In the case you explained, player two at minimum must make it 20. That is the last raise was 8 dollars making it twelve to go, so the ...
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What is the minimum raise after an all-in?

• The minimum legal raise is equal to the previous raise amount. • If the previous all-in raise amount was less than the minimum raise, then the minimum raise is equal to the previous minimum raise. ...
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How to respond to a re-raise preflop?

To be honest, these type of hands, while strong get people into trouble when they are out of position. I'm not talking about pocket pairs, or A,K, but often hands like K,Q or A,J or A,10 (these type ...
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Betting in all in situation

Short answer: no, player 1 can't raise here. Assuming here that player 1 opens the betting in your example, player 2's all-in is less than an official raise, so it does not re-open the betting for a ...
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All-in rules in extreme cases

No. Player 2 can either call by putting in 100 to match the big blind here, or he can raise to any amount 200 (100 big blind + 100) or more. Then players 3 and 4 will have their right to act, during ...
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Raising and multiple All-Ins

Common rules: The initial bet was the $20 big blind. John's $35 all-in does not constitute a raise, and so does not affect the action. Pete's $45 all-in is the first raise. The next raise would have ...
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Why at Pokerstars clicking a pot button adds 1000 more?

The size of a pot-sized raise is calculated as follows: Match the standing bet, and then Raise by the size of the pot after you have matched the current bet. The formula for calculating this is 3x ...
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What is minimum raise when starting a new round of betting in NLHE?

Betting starts over each round with a min bet and min raise of 1 bb.
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Confusion of "Lead"

In my experience, references to a lead bet are consistent with the definition at pokerdictionary: The player who makes the first bet in any given betting round. This bet is always made on post-...
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What is the minimum amount for a re-raise?

The program is telling you to raise it would be 200. That is 100 as a call and 100 as a raise. When you think of the big blind think of it as a bet, that is all it is, a bet like any other, as far as ...
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What's the minimum raise rules of NLHE

UTG+1 must still min raise to 200 as the blind (100) is still the bet. Again, UTG has not met the min raise so you can still bet to 200. UTG+1 must raise to 340 as the last raise was of 120 (100 to ...
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PFR (preflop raise) statistics calculation with raise + 4bet in one single hand

Your VP would still be 33% as you could have raised/called when you were in SB and BB - the tracker will only exclude walks where action was folded round to your BB. As for the PFR, this generally ...
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What is the min-raise and min-reraise in Holdem No Limit?

Limit games are very tricky with this. If in a 3/6 Hold'em game, player A bets $3, and player B goes all-in with $4, then player C has the option to call the all-in, complete the raise to $6, or fold. ...
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What is the min-raise and min-reraise in Holdem No Limit?

From a previous comment: "BB does the exact same thing as SB did, and throws in a 500 chip without announcing raise, putting 700 in front of him. This time the raise amount is more than half of the ...
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How to respond to a re-raise preflop?

They could be on any of those hands plus big pairs. They could be on a semi bluff with 89s. A raise to 6 BB you are getting over 3.5:1. You can call and close out action. If you fold the whole table ...
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All-in rules in extreme cases

No, no. The "current bet amount" is 100, the big blind. Each player in turn facing that must call 100 if he can, go all in short if he can't, or raise. The fact that a player went all in short ahead ...
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Out of turn action

1) I believe in this situation, UTG +1 has all the options that he/she would normally have. ignoring other players in the hand, UTG gets a nice advantage (if they paid attention) because they get a ...
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Should big denomination cihps be explicitly separated in a raise if they are in the same stack with smaller chips?

Yes, both the professional dealer and the betting player have a duty to make the high denom chips visible. A professional dealer should stack off the chips the same way a blackjack dealer would. That ...
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How much to raise pre-flop in a late position with a reasonably good but not outstanding hand?

best size is : 3x pot.. If there is 2limp , pot is (2bb + 1,5bb sb and bb) total = 3,5bb 3 x 3,5(pot) = 10,5bb . 10bb or 10,5bb is a good size to squeeze. When u are OOP (out of position) use 3,5 or ...
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Seeking solutions to some scenarios to understand raise and re-raise?

In all betting rounds, the minimum raise is the amount of the previous raise (or opening bet if there have been no previous raises). In the first round only, the big blind is considered the opening ...
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Should big denomination cihps be explicitly separated in a raise if they are in the same stack with smaller chips?

If you are listening to music rather than paying attention to the game, that's your fault, not everyone else's. Nobody is forcing you to listen to music at the table, if you are doing it (which in ...
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Pot Limit Omaha 8 or better rules

Player 1 can raise call or fold when the action gets to him. Player 2 can only call the 15 dollar raise, this small raise does not reopen the action for player two. When the raise is large enough to ...
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Pot Limit Omaha 8 or better rules

Once any person checks or bets he can't raise anymore unless someone else bets or raises an amount that is more than a min-bet or min-raise. A min-bet is betting a big blind. A min-raise is ...
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How to respond to a re-raise preflop?

As a casual observation most better players fold. I usually fold, because you really do not want to get in trouble. Any holding you have with the exception of pocket aces at this point is highly ...
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What is the minimum amount which can be raised to after a bet and a raise in front?

Nope, a raise is minimum 2x the amount raised. So to the $11 raiser, minimum raise would be: $7 - $3 = $4 raise so he/she could call $7 or raise to a minimum of $7 + the raise, $4.
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What is a "dead raise"?

It's when the UTG player posts an additional blind and thus is given the chance to act last. This action is not considered a raise to the rest of the table.
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No-Limit Holdem Partial Raise Clarification

110$. 70 + 40. 70 is the last total amount, 40 is the last legal raise amount. 100$. 70 + 30. 70 is the last total amount, 30 is the last legal raise amount. Obviously a min 4bet is stupid here, but ...
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