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LIMIT / POT LIMIT / NO LIMIT

Limit Games
Limit games are exactly what they say, Players are limited in the amount they are able to raise opponents at each betting opportunity. Common limits are $2/$4 table. With this players can only raise by $2 or $4, $3 or $5 are not allowed. It is common in these games for players to try and bluff as they will have very little to lose and do not risk losing there entire bank. A fairly large pot can be accumulated quickly by figuring out these loose players. We wouls suggest that begginners alway stick to Limit games until you begin to pick up confidence, other wise you could lose your money very very quickly.

Pot Limit
Once you understand Limit poker games, then Pot Limit is easy to learn. The method of play is the same as Limit Poker, until you come to the raises. The minimum raise is either the size of the previous bet or the previous raise, for example if the previous player bets $10, then the raise must be a minimum of $10. The maximum allowable raise is the size of the pot. The size of the pot is calculated as the pot plus all the bets on the table for that round plus the amount the player must call for the current bet. This sounds complicated but most systems will calcualte this automatically for you.

No Limit
Once you know how to play Limit poker games, then No Limit is easy to learn. The minimum raise is either the size of the previous bet or the previous raise, for example if the previous player bets $5, then the raise must be a minimum of $5.
The maximum allowable raise is all of your chips. You can raise anywhere between the minimum and maximum raises. In this case $5 and your pot.We suggest that begginners familiarise themselves with Limit Poker before trying the No Limit tables.

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