Submitted by TwoGun on 2004-04-10
In the fixed limit betting structure, a kill game means that the stakes are doubled for that particle hand. When the same person wins two hands in a row, the game is considered 'killed.'
So if you play $2-$4 kill, normal hands are played with $2 and $4 bets. However, if someone wins two hands in a row, the next hand is played $4-$8. The game stays 'killed' until someone else wins a hand.
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