I have to complete following major challenge: during the first two levels, bet preflop, reach a flop with only one picture card, then win with one bet (aces count).
I played several hands where I limped preflop and took the pot with a bet on the flop with one picture card. As for me, a call or a limp is also a bet. So why didnt I get points?
I post this issue here because it takes days before the servicedesk answers.
Sounds like the wording is bad. 'Bet' in the challenge description should really say 'Raise' if that's the required criteria for completing the mission.
Can someone from Unibet please reply. This major challenge costs me money.
Hello Unibet! Is it really too much asked from you to answer???
@CAJE007 why? @MoreTBC answered your question. Betting is raising. Go look in a poker dictionary, and you will see that calling is not betting.
@VikingsAF: I think the topic starter is right. Limping could be equivalent with the first bet.
That's correct. Limping, calling, raising,... its all betting.
But according the glossary of Unibet, this is the definition of a bet
Bet (Poker)The action you make when you would like to set the amount other players need to invest in order to stay in the hand. Any time you put money into the pot and are not calling, you are betting.
But last time I reraised preflop and also this reraise hasnt been rewarded. According the Unibet definition a reraise is a bet.
Why doesnt a Unibet moderator react?
@CAJE007Unfortunately the reraise isn't a bet in your case so you should act first (raise) to be dealt in that challenge. This is similar to the flop a straight mission. If you are flopping a straight flush that won't count to the challenge too.
@CAJE007 @psrquack Limping is most defenitly not a bet. As the glossary mentions (correctly) a bet is putting extra money in the pot which needs to be matched. In a live-game when you say you BET the table expects you to put more money in the pot. At some places the term betting is even more used than the term raising in live-games.
A re-raise should be a bet tough, and in my experience that always works for this specific challenge. Can you show me the hand where you think the re-raise didn't affect the challenge? (P.s. sometimes it takes up to a hand extr for the challenge to adjust it's count)
Edit for @psrquack. That's logical, since a straight flush isn't a straight Flopping a full house isn't flopping 3OK neither
@VikingsAF: if you think limp is not a bet then can you explain why reraise is the three bet? If you are correct than it should be the re-reraise.
@psrquack the big blind is the first bet, the first raise is the 2-bet, the 2nd raise (re-raise) is the 3-bet. Limping is calling the big blind, and is for that reason not a bet since you don't put EXTRA mone in the pot.
This is the hand where I reraised preflop and took the pot on the flop.
@CAJE007 it needs to be a cash game
@VikingsAF: yep, I say the same as you. If BB is the first bet acting similar like the BB would have call a first bet too.
"Limping is calling the big blind, and is for that reason not a bet since you don't put EXTRA mone in the pot."
The pot is X before the call and x+my call after a limp. There is an extra money. BTW I think we need a moderator here.
From the post: "I have to complete following major challenge: during the first two levels, bet preflop, reach a flop with only one picture card, then win with one bet (aces count). " So I don't think that we are talking about cash game.
@psrquack it is a cashgame challenge. There is no other part where this exact challenge exist. So yes this needs to be done in cash games.
There are no levels in cashgame If im correct, for me it was an sng challenge, and that should be the logical one.
@cris1285 and @psrquack yes sorry. I didn't read well. @CAJE007 can you show the history of the hand aswell?
I cannot show the history. But there was a raise in front of me, I reraised and he called. On the flop I took the pot with one bet.
Someone of Unibet can check the handnumber.
This hand was played on the third level, that is why it did not count toward the challenge.
Game #454200096: Table €10 SNG 5 Seat - 25.00/50.00
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