"In some casinos, the rule that a player must wager the full amount required in order for his action to constitute a raise. For example, in a game with a $4 fixed limit, a player facing an opening bet of $4 who wagers $7 is deemed to have flat called, because $8 is required to raise. Compare to “half bet rule”. See Public cardroom rules and “All in” betting.
The full bet rule states that if the amount of an all-in bet is less than the minimum bet, or if the amount of an all-in raise is less than the full amount of the previous raise, it does not constitute a “real” raise, and therefore does not reopen the betting action."
Hi i just wanted to ask about this, because i feel that this i quite important rule in hold em and don’t see it working on here. It is used everywhere i’ve played and i feel it should be used here too.
Player 1 got 1 000 000 chips. Player 2 got 3 000 000 chips. Player 3 got 4 000 000 chips.
Player 1 is dealer and raises preflop to 480 000 chips. Player 2 decides to call and Player 3 raises it to 999 999 chips. Player 1 goes all in (raising the pot only 1 chip!!!) and Player 2 decides to call. Now because replaypoker doesn’t have full bet rule Player 3 can still go all in, because he got raised (even when it was that 1 chip) and force Player 2 to unbelievable bad situation which could had been avoided by using the stantard (but still optional) no limit hold em rules.
So my question is that is this intented? And if it is, why?