Pot-Limit and No-Limit build-up and game

Pot-Limit and No-Limit build-up and game

Pot-Limit

You play Pot-Limit, are limited to all of the bets on the size of the pot.This means that if $100 in the pot, a player of any use between the size of the Big Blind (the minimum bet, if a player is not forced All-In), and $100.

Example

The game is $1-$2 Pot-Limit Texas Hold’em or Pot-Limit Omaha (in these games are identical in terms of the practices in use).In a $1-$2 Pot-Limit or No-Limit game, the Small Blind is $1 and the Big Blind is $2. The first player can either raise the Minimum $2 (to $4), the pot can increase or any amount between the minimum increase and the pot increase.A Potter increase would be $7 (the Small Blind ($1) + the Big Blind ($2) + the Call ($2) = $5.The Potter increase is $5 more, so the Call ($2) + the raise ($5) adds up to $7). The next player decides to raise the pot, he can raise him to $24 (Small Blind ($1) + the Big Blind ($2) + the increase of $7 + the Call ($7) = $17. the re-raise of the pot is now $17, so the Call ($7) + re increase ($17) $24).

Eine erneute Erhöhung in Pot-Limit muss als Minimum das Doppelte der vorhergehenden Erhöhung sein, sofern der Spieler ausreichend Geld hat und nicht gezwungen wird alles zu setzen (All-In).

Ein Einsatz in Pot-Limit muss mindestens die Größe des Big Blind haben, sofern der Spieler ausreichend Geld hat und nicht gezwungen wird alles zu setzen.

No-Limit

Bei No-Limit können Sie jederzeit alles einsetzen, was Sie an Geld vor sich haben, egal wie groß der Pott ist.

Eine erneute Erhöhung in No-Limit muss als Minimum das Doppelte der vorhergehenden Erhöhung sein, sofern der Spieler ausreichend Geld hat und nicht gezwungen wird alles zu setzen (All-In).

A bet in No-Limit must have the size of the Big Blind, unless the player has enough money, and not forced, everything is set.

Table Stakes: Table Stakes is referred to is simply the (nearly universal) rule that a player can put only such money which is since the beginning of the round on the table) on the table in Pot-Limit and No-Limit.

Nowadays, in almost all poker games are Table Stakes be used. This provides protection to the fact that a player can play with any amount he has in front of him. This means that if you are involved two players in a sheet, and a $100 and the other $50, the player can make a $100 a bet, but to a maximum of $50 (as a result he may lose in the sheet only $50).

Example

It is a No-Limit game and three players (players A, B and C) are involved in a sheet. Player A has $300, player B has $200 and player C has $100. Player C makes a All-in and makes a bet of $100, player B calls and needs to enter the $100 of his $200, player A decides to increase again and makes a bet of $300 and player B decides to Call All-In with his last $100.

In a Situation like this, a Side Pot is created. The main pot (Main Pot), what can players gain C ($100 from C + $100 B + $100 from A = $300) and the Side Pot (the last $100 B + $100 from A = $200). So player A $100, must take it back.

All the cards have been dealt, the winner is player C the main pot ($300) if he has the best hand. Player A or player B will win the Side Pot ($200), depending on which of them has the best hand. Player A or B have to hold the best hand, wins that player both the Side Pot and the Main Pot ($300 + $200 = $500).

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