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Hurtsogood Posts: 18Subscriber
edited November -1 in NLHE Strategy Discussion
its amazing how long ive played poker and this situation still confuses me....

scenario...

one guy bets out 55 on the flop...one guy calls....i make it 200 (raise 145)....now a guy goes all in for 300...the orignal bettor calls 300...next guy folds...action on me.

can i now re open the action and raise?

Be Well All!

Comments

  • Arenzano Posts: 1,390Subscriber
    Yes, you can re-raise. 55 bet raised to 200 = 145 raise. All in for 300 is a raise of 155 which double your initial raise...
  • AesahAesah Posts: 1,048Pro
    No. You raised 145 on top, the other guy raises 100 on top (smaller than your raise)

    He needs to make it 345, then you can re-open
  • SupremeNinja Posts: 137Subscriber
    Brudre21 said

    Yes, you can re-raise. 55 bet raised to 200 = 145 raise. All in for 300 is a raise of 155 which double your initial raise...
    All in for 300 is a raise of 100 (short raise).

    Aesah is correct, you can only call or fold.
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