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Ok, so technically, no matter cash game or tournament, cards speak. When in doubt just turn the over. In the case of an all-in, again technically you should be turning the cards over. In a tournament this is pretty much always enforced. Cash games however people are often given pretty big allowances on this and it isn't expected to show the cards if you ...


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No, that is not a rule. About 15 years ago I talked to a guy who was pushing (like trying to sale) his tournament structure. He called it "Tears". Having the blind structure, and limit times configurable would be pretty basic stuff to include in a program such as yours. I would also include a few common tournament structures for your users to pick ...


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I think it's typically up to the cardroom or casino as to the price and amount of chips you can get. Most places I've seen that have offered both rebuys and addons have had a starting stack add-on, although I have seen it lower than starting stack too. I think it probably depends on how much the add-on and rebuy are giving. If it's the same amount of chips ...


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