- Dec 10, 2007
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So I'm new to this and I'm in the process of reading Hellmuth's book and i think I've caught a few small errors (typo's), one of which has me confused. When he is referring to limit holdem strategy and says three-betting or two-betting or 'makes it three bets to go' is he referring to one bet as being equivalent to the small blind? So three bets to go in a $5-$10 limit game would be $15? I only ask because in one example he says in a 5-10 game pre-flop the person under the gun raises it and then you (the reader) re-raise and make it three bets to go. Based upon a separate example it doesn't jive, wouldn't re-raising it make it 4 bets to go ($20)? Or is it three bets because the big blind and then two raises? Thanks in advance.