FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Texas Hold 'em
Texas Hold 'em consists of two cards dealt face down to each player, and five community cards shared by all players. The four rounds of betting are
1. preflop | before any community cards are dealt
2. flop | after the first three community cards are dealt
3. turn | after the fourth community card is dealt
4. river | after the fifth community card is dealt
Omaha consists of four cards dealt face down to each player, and five community cards shared by all players. Players must use two face down cards and three community cards to make their hand. Betting rounds are identical to Texas Hold 'em.
The amount a player may bet or raise is predetermined. In fixed limit games, the first two rounds have one required bet amount, and the last two rounds have a required bet amount that is twice that of the first two rounds. For example, in a $3-6 limit game, players may bet and raise in increments of $3 preflop and on the flop, and in increments of $6 on the turn and river.
Our limit games have a maximum of three raises in any one betting round.
Players may bet or raise up to the size of the pot. The pot is defined as
1. all chips from previous betting rounds,
2. any previous action from the current betting round, and
3. a call from the player about to make the bet or raise.
A player may bet or raise any amount from the size of the big blind up to all of the player's chips. Any raise must be at least the size of the previous bet or raise in that betting round.
Low Stakes Tournaments:
A $30 tournament is held at 6:30 PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
A $25 tournament is offered at 8:15 PM on Thursdays and Saturdays.