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whats the call?

ThehammahThehammah Posts: 7,090Subscriber
edited May 2016 in Low Content Forum
I am not in this hand.

we get to the river with about $300 in the pot in a board of

7 9 5 8 2

v1 is on btn
v2 is in bb

v1 bet out of turn on the turn and v2 called his $125 bet. as soon as the river came out v1 bets $400. v2 looks at dealer who says v2 didnt act and v1 takes his bet back. now action is on v2. he checks. v1 checks back

v2 objects saying v1 bet river. whats your call?

Comments

  • BananaStandBananaStand Posts: 1,455Troll
    It's a bet. Actions made out of turn are binding in turn unless the action changes.
  • BartBart Posts: 6,080AdministratorLeadPro
    edited May 2016
    BananaStand said:
    It's a bet. Actions made out of turn are binding in turn unless the action changes.
    That's not the rule in SoCal.

    Lesson to take away from this is every room has different rules. Action out of turn should be binding but it's not in this case, at least not at Commerce. But the chances that you get different decisions from different Floorman in the same room about identical situations is quite high. You can see my level of faith.
  • BananaStandBananaStand Posts: 1,455Troll
    edited May 2016
    So what is the rule in SoCal? Chaos? Or is it the same rule as everywhere else, just not enforced?

    Does it matter that the guy did it two streets in a row

  • PBJTIME Posts: 345Subscriber
    That comes down to the house rule on that situation. There is no standard rule. One of the casinos I play at it would be ruled that his bet must stand. At another casino about 20 minutes away, he is not bound to his action. These situations are not that uncommon. It definitely pays to know what the decision will be.
  • BartBart Posts: 6,080AdministratorLeadPro
    edited May 2016
    BananaStand said:


    1. So what is the rule in SoCal?

    2. Chaos?

    3. Or is it the same rule as everywhere else, just not enforced?

    4. Does it matter that the guy did it two streets in a row

    1. Action out of turn is not binding.

    2. Some would say so but their are certainly ways to exploit the madness.

    3. No it's a different rule.

    4. No

    Welcome to LA Mr Bananahead
  • BananaStandBananaStand Posts: 1,455Troll
    I'll never complain about foxwoods again
  • ThehammahThehammah Posts: 7,090Subscriber
    edited May 2016
    so at the hustler acting out of turn isnt binding unless theres was action behind it. since they were heads up the call stood. player who objected asked for the manager to rule he came over and it stayed the same.

    so the moral of the story is if you suspect someone is angling you can try to angle them back.

    had the player called the angled bet then I suspect if the player out of turn tried to take the bet back that the floor would have ruled the bet would stay

    v2 finally shows the nut straight and wins the pot.

    also he is from brazil and was struggling to explain in english what his feelings were. but in the end its his own fault. he motioned the to dealer to object at the bet because he didnt want to call $400 on the flush board. but when he forced the other guy to take his money back and he subsequently checked and v1 turned his cards over he knew his hand was good. HE then tried to angle to get the bet back.

    so in the end both tried to angle each other and they both lost. lol
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