These rules apply for all of our games. The rules are practically the same as the normal casino rules in Las Vegas.
In case of any disagreement between players, the Direction of Play Match will make the final decision.
The winning score is always determined by the best combination of five cards. The Ace is the highest card, with exception of the A-2-3-4-5 in which it counts as 1 (except in Deuce to Seven (2-7) Triple Draw) and in High/Low games in which it counts as both the highest and lowest card.
If two players have the same score, the player with the highest cards wins.
If the scores are equal based on this principle, the player with the highest kicker wins. (the kicker is the highest card not in common).
Q-Q-Q-6-6 beats Q-Q-Q-5-5
Kh-7h-5h-3h-2h beats Qs-Js-Ts-8s-6s
A-A-K-T-6 beats A-A-Q-J-5
J-J-J-A-Q beats J-J-J-A-9
If there is an odd chip (for example a 1 cent chip) it goes to the winning player to the left of the dealer. In High/Low games the odd chip goes to the player who wins high. In Soko, the odd chip instead goes to the player to whom the cards were dealt first.
To sit at a table, a buy-in is necessary, after which you can play only with the chips that are part of the buy-in. There is a minimum buy-in set for each table, and on the PL and NL tables there is also a maximum amount set.
Example of minimum buy-in:
Texas Hold'em/Omaha Fixed Limit
A new player who wishes to sit at a table where they play with blinds must wait to be in the big blind position. Alternatively, if you find yourself in another position, you can start to play, only placing a bet equivalent to the big blind.
A player who has missed a big blind can re-enter the game only when it is his turn again to place the big blind, otherwise he will have to place an equivalent bet (live bet). The players who have missed both the small blind and the big blind must also place the equivalent of the small blind, or wait until they are again in the position of big blind. This additional money is not considered as part of the bet, but goes directly into the pot.
If a player finishes his chips during a hand, he declares himself “all-in”. This means that the player will stay in the pot until showdown, but can only win from each player the equivalent of what that player has put into the pot. If other players have placed larger amounts, a side pot will be created. If necessary, there will be as many side pots as there are players with all-in hands.
To protect the players from losses caused by technical problems, a special system has been introduced that is used by many internet poker rooms. It works as follows: if in a certain hand a player is unable to act, and if in the same hand he has already placed bets, the system will consider it as though he went all-in. If the player has not yet placed money in the pot, the hand will be cancelled.
Each player may take advantage of a scheduled all-in a determined number of times within 24 hours. This cannot be abused. If the Direction discovers that a player uses this to gain an advantage, the player will be warned and, if this happens again, he will be expelled and the account will be closed. The scheduled all-in is allowed only for Fixed Limit and Spread Limit games, not in Pot Limit, 1/2 Pot Limit and No Limit games, and only in cash game matches (not tournaments). We recommend sitting at tables with raised limits only if you have a very reliable connection.
If our server crashes, all the money in the game will be reaccredited into the players’ accounts. The hands at the moment of the crash will be cancelled and all the chips in the pot will be returned to the players who participated. We are aware that this could inconvenience those who have a high score in hand, but there are no alternatives to resolve these situations.
A raise must be at least equal the previous bet / raise. The only exception is the all-in.
Every table has a set limit. This determines blinds and bets. The big blind is equivalent to the lowest limit (if for example the limit is €5/10, the big blind is €5). The lower limit is used in the first two betting rounds and the higher limit in the final two rounds. The maximum number of bets per round is four (bet + 3 raises).
In a Spread Limit game the minimum bet on all betting rounds is equal to the big blind. The maximum bet varies from round to round. In the limit called € 1-2-3 the maximum bet on the first two rounds is € 1, while it is € 2 after the “fourth street” and € 3 after the “fifth street”. All raises must match the previous raise, unless it is being capped. The cap at each round is three times the limit.
In No Limit games, players are allowed to bet at any time with no limit, if not the limit determined by the amount of chips the player has before him at the table. The minimum bet is equal to the big blind.
In Pot Limit games, players are allowed to bet any amount that has the amount in the pot as its upper limit. If there were previous bets, the maximum bet is equal to the calling of those bets plus the pot. The minimum bet is equal to the big blind or the bring-in.
In ½ Pot Limit games, players are allowed to bet any amount that has 50% of the pot as its maximum limit. If there were previous bets, the maximum bet is equal to the calling of those bets plus the pot. The minimum bet is equal to the big blind or the bring-in.
All of our games that are played with play money (FunMoney) are absolutely free. For games played with real money, a small percentage (Rake) is taken from the pot. The percentage applies only if you see the flop in Texas or Omaha, a third card is dealt in Soko or a fourth in 7-Stud, or if there is a discard in 5-Draw or 2-7 Triple Draw. Only players to whom the cards have been dealt (active players) will be considered at the table in order to apply the commission percentage.
No Limit, Pot Limit and ½Pot Limit
€ 0.05 for € 1.00 with a Maximum of € 0.75 for 2 players, € 2.00 for 3-4 players and € 3,00 for 5-10 players. Pots less than € 4.00 will have a rake of € 0.01 for every € 0.20.
Fixed Limit and Spread Limit (from €0.02/€0.04 to €0.50/€1.00)
€ 0.05 for € 1.00 with a Maximum of € 0.75 for 2-3 players and € 1.00 for-10 players. Pots less than € 2.00 will have a rake of € 0.01 for every € 0.20.
Fixed Limit and Spread Limit (€1.00/€2.00)
€ 0.25 for € 5.00 with a Maximum of € 0.75 for 2-3 players and € 2.00 for 4-10 players.
Fixed Limit and Spread Limit (€2.00/€4.00 and higher)
€ 0.50 for € 10.00 with a Maximum of € 0.75 for 2-3 players and € 2.00 for 4-10 players.
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