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Old 11-14-2007, 09:36 PM
Todd Terry Todd Terry is offline
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Default Ruling Question: Oversize Chip Thrown On Top of Blind

This issue has come up a few times in recent tournaments I played, with of course different rulings at different places and different rulings at the same place. If someone in the blinds throws an oversize chip out on top of the blind (that is, without pulling back the blind), is it a call or a raise? For example, folded around to the SB, blinds 100/200, SB throws out a 500 chip on top of the 100 chip already out there without saying anything.
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Old 11-14-2007, 11:38 PM
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Default Re: Ruling Question: Oversize Chip Thrown On Top of Blind

its a call...and the dealer should announce it as a call right away, and not ask if it is a call or a raise. Oversized Chip Rule.
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Old 11-14-2007, 11:39 PM
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Default Re: Ruling Question: Oversize Chip Thrown On Top of Blind

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This issue has come up a few times in recent tournaments I played, with of course different rulings at different places and different rulings at the same place. If someone in the blinds throws an oversize chip out on top of the blind (that is, without pulling back the blind), is it a call or a raise? For example, folded around to the SB, blinds 100/200, SB throws out a 500 chip on top of the 100 chip already out there without saying anything.

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xxRodxx is correct.... It is a call.

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Old 11-14-2007, 11:59 PM
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This issue has come up a few times in recent tournaments I played, with of course different rulings at different places and different rulings at the same place. If someone in the blinds throws an oversize chip out on top of the blind (that is, without pulling back the blind), is it a call or a raise? For example, folded around to the SB, blinds 100/200, SB throws out a 500 chip on top of the 100 chip already out there without saying anything.

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xxRodxx is correct.... It is a call.

Matt Savage

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Old 11-15-2007, 12:31 AM
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This issue has come up a few times in recent tournaments I played, with of course different rulings at different places and different rulings at the same place. If someone in the blinds throws an oversize chip out on top of the blind (that is, without pulling back the blind), is it a call or a raise? For example, folded around to the SB, blinds 100/200, SB throws out a 500 chip on top of the 100 chip already out there without saying anything.

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xxRodxx is correct.... It is a call.

Matt Savage

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Yes the 13 year old Jazz Pianist Matt Savage
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Old 11-15-2007, 12:35 AM
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This issue has come up a few times in recent tournaments I played, with of course different rulings at different places and different rulings at the same place. If someone in the blinds throws an oversize chip out on top of the blind (that is, without pulling back the blind), is it a call or a raise? For example, folded around to the SB, blinds 100/200, SB throws out a 500 chip on top of the 100 chip already out there without saying anything.

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xxRodxx is correct.... It is a call.

Matt Savage

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The Matt Savage?

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Yes the 13 year old Jazz Pianist Matt Savage

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lol.
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Old 11-15-2007, 02:38 AM
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Default Re: Ruling Question: Oversize Chip Thrown On Top of Blind

What if the guy pulls in the 100 and then throws out the 100 and the 500 together?
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Old 11-15-2007, 03:06 AM
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Default Re: Ruling Question: Oversize Chip Thrown On Top of Blind

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What if the guy pulls in the 100 and then throws out the 100 and the 500 together?

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then its obv a raise, since there are two chippies
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Old 11-15-2007, 10:26 AM
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What if the guy pulls in the 100 and then throws out the 100 and the 500 together?

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What if he pulls in the 100 and then throws out the 500?
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Old 11-15-2007, 11:26 AM
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What if the guy pulls in the 100 and then throws out the 100 and the 500 together?

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What if he pulls in the 100 and then throws out the 500?

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Also an obv raise...if he leaves out the small blind and puts in an oversized chip its an auto call. This was like the first thing i learned at dealers school.
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