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Tournament, its minimum value of money is 1 chip. The rest of the units do not exist. This confuses the players at the table. Sometimes it is difficult to accept this and for example to read the pot odds. Please arrange the game according to the tournament rules.

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@freerol wrote:

This can be determined by the casino program, for example, in a situation with a higher kicker. One chip is irrelevant if the starting big blind is 30 chips.


Dude, what's your definition of a split pot? 

If i have A♠️K♦️ and you have A♣️K♥️

And the board is 3♣️4♣️5♥️6♦️7♦️

Who's got the 'higher kicker'?

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@freerol wrote:

Tournament, its minimum value of money is 1 chip. The rest of the units do not exist. This confuses the players at the table. Sometimes it is difficult to accept this and for example to read the pot odds. Please arrange the game according to the tournament rules.


You count the odds to the fourth decimal?

The tournament rules followed by the Unibet are Unibet's rules. I haven't cheked, but I'm pretty sure they go by their own rules.

 

@freerol wrote:

This can be determined by the casino program, for example, in a situation with a higher kicker. One chip is irrelevant if the starting big blind is 30 chips.


If one chip is irrevelant then why are you counting fractional chips into the pot odds and making an issue out of it? Just disregard the decimals as irrevelant and look at the whole numbers only.

 

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@DoktorAvalanche wrote:


@freerol wrote:

This can be determined by the casino program, for example, in a situation with a higher kicker. One chip is irrelevant if the starting big blind is 30 chips.


Dude, what's your definition of a split pot? 

If i have A♠️K♦️ and you have A♣️K♥️

And the board is 3♣️4♣️5♥️6♦️7♦️

Who's got the 'higher kicker'?

 

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