Originally Posted by pokerlovesme
Anyone got thoughts and opinions on this?
It sounds interesting enough, but I would need more details to really have an opinion. For instance, is it just after the flop? Or at any point in the game? Can any player call for a redraw? How many redraws in a single game are allowed?
I don't think it will decrease variance. For instance, let's say before the river you are a 94% to 6% favorite. Sure, if that 6% happens, you can call for a redraw. But I assume that during the 94% of the time you would have won, your opponent can do the same to you. So in that case, no matter what the first draw is, a redraw will be called for by someone. And thus the "second" draw is the only draw that matters. In that sense, there's only one real draw.
Maybe I have it wrong, but it doesn't seem too different to me. But it definitely caught my attention as interesting!
Thanks for sharing!