Created by BooG690 on September 14, 2009


Dealing twice is commonly found in live games, especially in private cardrooms. Players that deal it twice are usually all-in with a large pot. Dealing it twice refers to running future community cards twice with each outcome being different. If one player wins both deals, then he wins the entire pot. However, if both players win it once, the pot is split.


With the pot being so big and my player drawing to a flush, I asked my opponent if he wanted to deal the turn and river twice. He agreed. We ended up splitting the pot.

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