Online Poker Betting Structure

The limit of the game is the definition of which depends on the financial aspect of the game you participate in. There are two types of online poker games, if we look at poker from the money point of view: there are low-limit games and high stakes. The upper limit of game play, where a lot of money being played and bet. Low-limit games on the other side, they are playing with a small amount of money involved.

Rate structure based on the restrictions imposed for each bid that is done in the game. Looking at this aspect, we can distinguish four types of games:

1. Fixed limit

These games are sometimes called structured limit games. Wherever there is a game like this it means that players will put only the amount that was previously installed. Sure bet is the small blind and the big blind twice. For more information, calling a game, people use terms such as $ 2 / $ 4, $ 15 / $ 30 games. Thus, a player who wants to enter the poker room knows from the outset that he or she will be betting. Let’s say you are playing in a $ 2 / $ 4. This means you bet $ 2 at a time, which is the amount that will be placed as bets on the flop and flop, except of course the big blind. The turn and the river but the rate will be doubled and the value of each bid will be $ 4. There is also a limit betting round. Each player is only 4 bets per round. This means that something like a bet once, calling the re-growth, and rise again.

Sometimes there are structured games that have three sums in their name, like $ 2 / $ 4 / $ 8. Bids are arranged as described above, except that in the preparation of the river, the rate is doubled again so that the original $ 2 and the flop flop to turn it doubles to $ 4, and then it doubles back on river to $ 8. But the players are not required to place that re-doubled the bet on the river. They have one of the options, they can either bet $ 4 or $ 8, regardless of the suites them the most.

2. The limit distribution of games

This game, which include bid amount in the range given in the name of the game. These games will contain the names of the figures, which limit the rate. For example, in a $ 4 – $ 8 game, players can place any bid, as long as it is not less than $ 4 and $ 8 at the most. You can bet anything from $ 4 to $ 8 in any round.

We can find games that have four numbers in the name, for example: $ 4 – $ 8 – $ 10 – $ 12, this means that in the first two rounds of betting before the flop and on the flop player can bet from $ 4 to $ 8 for the third betting round, turn, a player can bet anything between $ 4 and $ 10, and finally on the river upper limit rates increases to $ 12, so that the rates can be anywhere from $ 4 to $ 12.

Although less experienced, there are games, there are three sums in their name, for example: $ 4 – $ 8 – $ 10. It just means that the river Rates from $ 4 to $ 8, but just before reaching the upper limit of the river will increase, and rates can be placed using amounts from $ 4 to $ 10.

3. Pot limit games

In these types of games rates are flexible, the only things that are addressed are the amounts for the small and big blind. The rate may be from the big blind to the pot at the moment. Sometimes two sums are used to express such a game, for example, $ 5 – $ 10. It just means that the small blind is $ 5 and the big blind is $ 10, and the fact that the minimum bet is equal to the big blind, you have $ 10 in our case. There may occur rules like the one that lets you pre-flop bet to be a 3 or 4 times the big blind, but it depends from game to game.

4. never limits

Mainly in those games you can bet anything. All that is between the size of the big blind and the money that you are still on the table, of course. This game can sometimes be attributed, for example, $ 5 – $ 10 games, which means that in the latter case that the values ​​are blind and rates should be higher than the last value, the big blind.


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