Limit & No Limit
Limit and No Limit poker are exciting games and
are often considered to be a purer form of poker
over Limit structures. Once you know the basic
rules of limit poker, the rules of Pot Limit and
No Limit are easy to pick up. The only difference
between these games and Limit poker are the betting
General betting rules for Pot limit:
eligible raise: The raise amount must be at least
as much as the previous bet or raise in the same
round. Example: If a player bets $10.00 then the
minimum raise by the next player is $10.00 for
a total bet of $20.00.
eligible raise: The size of the pot. This amount
is defined as the total of the pot plus all bets
on the table plus the amount the active player
must first call before raising. Example: The pot
is $20.00, the first player to act for the round
bets $15.00 and the next player calls $15.00.
The next player to act has a maximum eligible
bet of $80.00. This $80.00 is the total of his
$15.00 call and $65.00 raise. The $65.00 raise
is equal to the $20.00 pot + the first player's
$15.00 bet + the second player's $15.00 call +
his own $15.00 call.
rules for No limit:
eligible raise: This is the same as Pot Limit
- the raise amount must be at least as much as
the previous bet or raise in the same round. See
eligible raise: All of the chips you have at the
As you can imagine, these games can be very exciting
and at times produce large pots.
In Policy for No Limit and Pot limit tables:
it is your turn to act in a No Limit or Pot Limit
hand and you timeout by not acting within the
allowable time, your hand will be FOLDED if you
are connected to the game server
This rule is in place to protect the integrity
and fairness of the games for all players.