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Big Blind Ante becomes a part of International Poker Rules

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Defrag   Poland. Nov 18 2018 19:32. Posts 4704

International Poker Rules is a set of rules that many casinos and poker tours have adapted. One of those who obey them are PartyPoker LIVE events. The brand name of this initiative is Marcel Luske, experienced poker player from the Netherlands.

Creators of International Poker Rules announced changes in the set of rules they offer. The update contains a few interesting elements, the more popular every day Big Blind Ante among them.

International Poker Rules is a set of rules that many casinos and poker tours have adapted. One of those who obey them are PartyPoker LIVE events. The brand name of this initiative is Marcel Luske, experienced poker player from the Netherlands.

Luske has also commented the fact Big Blind Ante was accepted among IP Rules.

"– Poker evolves every year. New things appear, others disappear from the game. Over the years there have been so many modifications I could write a book about it. The ante issue is the latest addition. Players were simply frustrated on the time it took dealers to collect ante. Ante paid by just one player was a great solution, but tere were doubts if it should be big blind or button. "

"Poker Tournament Directors Association prefers big blind ante. To be honest I prefer button ante, but it does not matter much. We have noticed that TDA was using the big blind ante in the previous months. We thought we should do the same and introduced it to IP Rules and allow poker events' hosts to decide which one they prefer more. The ante can be collected in a few ways too, but the most important aspect is there."

Festivals' hosts, which comply to IP Rules, can now chose from four different types of games – with no ante, typical ante, button ante and big blind ante. The host should present the structure of an event on its website, and it should include info on blinds and ante. From that moment players ought to give their feedback. According to creators of IP Rules, this type of behaviour shows transparency and fair approach.

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