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The only difference between Fixed Limit, No Limit and Pot Limit (fixed limit, no limit and pot limit) is the sum that players can bet or raise when it is their turn to play. In Fixed Limit, the amount a player can bet is determined by the limits and the current betting round. The rule for the sum which the player can bet in No Limit is determined by the extent of betting or blinds, the sum of chips bet by players earlier in the session in progress and the amount of chips the player has left. In Pot Limit, the rules for determining the amount a player can bet is similar to No Limit, except for the fact that there is a limit to the maximum bet determined by the entity of the pot and moves to make the betting round in progress.

LIMIT – Rules for fixed limit stakes

Maximum bet / raise

In games with preset limits, the maximum bet or raise a player can make in the first and second round of betting is equal to the lower limit of the table. In the third and fourth round of betting, players can bet the value equal to the upper limit.

Minimum bet / raise

The minimum bet or raise a player can make is equal to the previous higher raise in the betting round going on. If there was no betting, then the minimum bet or raise is equal to the size of the big blind.

NO LIMIT – Rules for no limit stakes

Maximum bet / raise

The maximum bet or raise a player can make is “all-in”. At any time, when it’s a player’s turn, he can bet all the chips he has in his stack.

Minimum bet / raise

At the beginning of each betting round, the minimum bet allowed is updated and it starts with the value equal to the big blind. The minimum bet or raise a player can make is equal to the previous raise higher in the betting round going on. If there was no betting, then the minimum bet or raise is equal to the size of the big blind. Raises lower (bet all-in) If a player does not have enough chips to make the minimum raise, but it has more of how much it would cost to aim for seeing, remains a chance of revival with the “all-in”.

POT LIMIT – Rules for pot limit stakes

Maximum bet / raise

The maximum bet or raise allowed in Pot Limit is equal to the amount of chips into the pot of the hand in progress. The calculation of the maximum raise allowed to a player includes the amount that the player must go to see before relaunching.

Minimum bet / raise

The minimum bet or raise a player can make in Pot Limit is equal to the previous bet higher in the betting round going on. If there was no betting, then the minimum bet or raise is equal to the size of the big blind.

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