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Old Oct 29, 2007, 11:55pm   #1
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Ne ziemlich simple Frage denke ich ... brauche aber nochmal ne Bestätigung da ich bei wiki auch nix finden konnte ...


Sagen wir NL Holdem Multi Table Turnier, an einem beliebigen Tisch .... Board liegt bereits nur noch 2 Spieler übrig ... der eine setzt den anderen All in ... derjenige der jetzt entscheiden muss ob er callt, darf der seine Karten offen legen bevor er entscheidet ? (d.h. allen anderen zeigen, um nat. die Reaktion darauf beim Gegner zu sehen)

ich denke ja ...


darf er das auch schon, wenn er sagen wir zuerst am zug ist und der andere nach ihm noch dran wäre ?

falls es Casinio spezifisch ist, dann sagen wir nach WSOP Regeln ...

thx im Voraus !

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Old Oct 30, 2007, 12:06am   #2
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Old Oct 30, 2007, 12:37am   #3
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da gibt es unterschiedliche auslegungen der regeln afaik. ich hab keine idee wie es bei wsop gehandhabt wird. in der situation wie du sie beschreibst (headsup, river, der erste geht all-in, der zweite zeigt seine karten) hab ich persönlich auf jedenfall kein problem damit.


zu der anderen situation (headsup, river, der erste geht all-in und zeigt die karten bevor der andere am zug ist). jeder spieler ist für seine karten verantwortlich und wenn er so blöd ist sie dem gegener zu zeigen so dat der dann perfekt gegen einen spielen kann, tja... die hand sollte ausgespielt werden. darüberhinaus sollte der spieler der die karten zeigt noch ne ermahnung vom floor bekommen, weil dat riecht nach collusion ala "nen freund das turnieraus ersparen".
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Old Oct 30, 2007, 12:46am   #4
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A player exposing his or her cards with action pending may incur a penalty, but will not
have a dead hand. The penalty will begin at the end of the hand. A penalty may also be
imposed if a player throws a card off the table, violates the one-player-to-a-hand rule or
engages in similar behavior. Penalties will be invoked in cases of soft-play, abuse or
disruptive behavior.
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Bei der WSOP oder anderen Turnieren ist es nicht erlaubt seine Karten zu zeigen, bevor alle Action vorbei ist und der Dealer zum Showdown aufruft.
Bei Cashgames wie High Stakes Poker ist es aber durchaus üblich sowas zu machen. Weil es das Spiel einfach noch ein bißchen interessanter macht. Genau wie 1 Karte dem Gegner zu zeigen, was in Turnieren auch nicht erlaubt ist.
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Old Nov 01, 2007, 6:12pm   #6
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ok danke dann glaub ich mal dem zitat.

ghenau von cashgame kenne ich es eben auch ... aber turniere is ja immer ne andere sache ...

situation 2 is nat. keine gute Idee klar
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Old Nov 01, 2007, 6:34pm   #7
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imposed if a player throws a card off the table, violates the one-player-to-a-hand rule or
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was ist bitte ein softplay??
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Old Nov 01, 2007, 6:54pm   #8
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z.b. freund sitzt mit dir am tisch du hast die nuts und callest seinen raise nur damit er nicht asum tourney fliegt.

Ich find bei jedem regelverstoß sollte die Hand für dead erklärt werden. Gerade bei sowas wie op postet
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