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doylszlo9999
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Call or fold - fundamental.
      #13198583 - 12/01/07 08:35 AM

Poker tournamentPlayer 1 says --all in--.
Player 2 says --call, oh sorry I was just kidding, fold--

What is the right decision.

Please answer.
Call or fold?
Users may choose only one (22 total votes)
Call
-
21 95%
Fold
-
1 5%


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sooooooted
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Re: Call or fold - fundamental. [Re: doylszlo9999]
      #13198717 - 12/01/07 09:02 AM

Its a verbal call so it stands.

Its like someone saying raise and then saying I only want to call now, they still have to at least min raise


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Nightlight87
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Re: Call or fold - fundamental. [Re: sooooooted]
      #13199052 - 12/01/07 10:23 AM

Verbal statements are binding so it's a call.

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Re: Call or fold - fundamental. [Re: doylszlo9999]
      #13199159 - 12/01/07 10:38 AM

Verbal declarations are binding.

It's a call.


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phydaux
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Re: Call or fold - fundamental. [Re: Albert Moulton]
      #13199263 - 12/01/07 10:54 AM

Verbal calls are binding.

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Small Fry
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Re: Call or fold - fundamental. [Re: doylszlo9999]
      #13200326 - 12/01/07 12:49 PM

It's a call. Nothing to decide here.

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Doc T River
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Re: Call or fold - fundamental. [Re: Small Fry]
      #13200415 - 12/01/07 12:57 PM

It is a call. As others have said, verbal declarations are binding.

However, if the 2nd player made a declaration (before player one acted) that he was calling no matter what player one did, then that is a gray area.


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