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In a casino game at any stage of a hand - ie - pre flop/ after flop - if I am the one to
In a casino game at any stage of a hand - ie - pre flop/ after flop - if I am the one to go all in when is it I turn my cards over ? is it when the person to my immediate right has acted - ie folded/ called?
Any info appreciated
30th July 2015, 1:03 AM
Poker at: PS & Unibet
In a cash game it's after the flop, turn and river is dealt. In a tournament it is before.
30th July 2015, 2:53 AM
Online Poker at: Carbon
if in doubt, wait until the dealer asks you to.
30th July 2015, 8:42 AM
Poker at: pokerstars
You only have to turn your cards over if you are called all in and no more betting will happen throughout any of the streets in cash or tournament. This is how it was played while I was at the Wynn and MGM but you have the option of not showing in a cash game until the river if you were the one called all in.
30th July 2015, 12:50 PM
Online Poker at: Pokerstars
Game: NLHE HU SNG
Ask the dealer, he will tell you the rules at that casino you play in.
But, default is - Tourney - cards are reavealed immideatly when all-inis declared. Cash - After the river is dealt a losing player can muck his hand without showing it, but dealer must reveal it if some other player asks it.
1st August 2015, 6:43 PM
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