Titanbet Poker Rules

Rules for Poker for Titanbet.co.uk
Note: These Rules for poker are in addition to, and incorporated in, our Terms & Conditions.
House Rules
1.    Betting and Raising (including the "under raise") - In LIMIT play, an all-in wager of LESS than half the bet for that round, is considered an "under raise" and will be treated as a call for betting purposes. It does not reopen the action for you who have already acted on your hand that round. If you have already acted and is now facing less than half a bet can fold or call the wager. They may not raise. An all-in wager of HALF THE BET OR MORE, but still below the full amount, is treated as a full bet and therefore considered a raise for betting purposes. You can fold, call or make a full raise and any player, who had already acted prior to the "all in" bet, also has the full range of options open to him.
In NO-LIMIT or POT-LIMIT poker, an "all-in" raise that is less than the bet or raise of the previous player does not reopen the action for players who have already acted on their hands. Any raise that is below the amount needed for a legitimate raise will be considered a call for betting purposes. Only players still to act in the round will receive a full set of options. Any wager must be at least the size of the previous bet or raise in any round UNLESS a player is going "all in".

2.    Buying chips - A facility to purchase chips will be offered automatically when a seat is selected at any table.
The minimum or maximum buy in for any cash game will be shown when purchasing your chips. Buy-in amounts are based on the size of the game or the blinds for that table. Chips purchased, while seated at a table, will be subject to any limits for the table, and any top ups will have to bring your balance up to at least the minimum amount, but will not be allowed to take your balance over the maximum should there be one. At the completion of any hand should your table balance be less than the big blind you will need to purchase more chips to

3.    Dumping/Passing chips - Deliberately losing chips to other players for whatever reason will not be tolerated and WILL be picked up by our collusion monitoring team and dealt with accordingly.

4.    Pre-select Options box - A set of PRE-SELECT options will appear at times and can be used when so desired. Any option chosen will only be implemented if still available when it is your turn to act; otherwise your new game options will be shown. For example if you agree to a call of $5 then that is the maximum you will have to pay to call. If the call is now more expensive you will be shown a new set of available choices. The PRE-SELECT option box is designed to speed up play and save you time, should you wish to act before it is your turn

5.    Satellite Tournaments - Players winning a satellite tournament will be granted automatic entry to the main tournament of that same satellite tournament series. Satellite tournament wins cannot be transferred, redeemed into cash, or exchanged. Failing to participate in the main tournament will result in a forfeit of that seat. In the case that a player has won a seat to a main tournament he will not be able to register to play at additional satellite tournaments of that series.

6.    Show/Muck - The show/muck option is designed to give players a chance to show any hand that would not normally be seen. This feature will remain on screen for a few moments to enable a player, who has not checked 'auto muck', to display his hole cards when appropriate. If not used within the time allowed, the cards will be mucked automatically.

7.    Sitting Out - When seated at a table you are given the option to "Sit Out". To do this, simply check the "Sit Out" box. Once selected you will continue sitting at the table but will not be dealt in. You will remain sitting out until you un-check the "Sit Out" box. Once un-checked, you will be dealt back into the action. If you remain in Sit Out mode for longer than 15 minutes you will be removed from the table and returned to the lobby. We prevent players from entering and leaving (sitting out) games where the position relative to the dealer can bring advantage by requesting they post the equivalent of the blind (known as a dead blind). No financial advantage will be gained by missing the rotation of the blind.

8.    Hand Protection
While playing poker with us, there are times when you may experience a delay, or even be disconnected from the game server. If this happens when you have funds invested into the pot, you should contact our Customer Services team. The hand will be reviewed to assess the value of any possible reimbursement.

9.    Tournament Games Disconnection
If you are disconnected during the play of a hand after placing a bet, you have thirty seconds to reconnect. If you do not reconnect within thirty seconds, one of the following occurs:
•    if you can “check”, your hand is automatically checked;
•    if you were already “All-In” before being disconnected, that status will not change and you will still collect your chips if you win the hand, or any portion of the pot; or
•    if you cannot “check” due to a “bet or raise” or are not considered as “All-in”, the hand is automatically folded.
If you are disconnected and fail to return to the tournament for one or more hand, you will continue to have blinds and antes taken from your tournament account balance automatically until you sit back in or are eliminated.

10.    Scheduled Maintenance
We regularly perform scheduled maintenance of our systems. During these maintenance periods, activity at poker tables ceases and all games are stopped.
Players will be notified of impending downtimes with notifications via the Software.
Players can continue to play as normal until the maintenance period begins, wherein play is discontinued.
All tournaments will be scheduled to finish before the maintenance is due to start.
Players at cash tables will be able to play up to the time the maintenance is scheduled to start. The servers will wait for all hands to complete before shutting down, to prevent any loss of funds.

11.    Interrupted Tournaments Pay out Policy

11.1    Heads-Up Tournaments
Both players receive a refund of buy-in + fee.

11.2    ALL SNG Tournaments
Eliminated players do not receive a refund. Remaining players receive refund made up as follows
1.    Buy-in and fee is returned.
2.    Any prizes already paid out will be deducted from the prize pool.
3.    Each player receives an equal share of the buy-ins from the eliminated players.

11.3    MTT Guaranteed Prize
The settlement is dependent upon what stage the Tournament is at when it is interrupted:
Prize money stage not reached (if the tournament is still in the re-buy stage then the prize pool will be the total of the buy-ins + rebuys . Once the re-buy period has closed then the prize pool will be the advertised guaranteed prize). Eliminated players do not receive a refund. Remaining players receive a refund made up as follows:
1.     Buy-in(s) and fee returned
2.     The balance of the prize fund is paid out as follows:
I.        50% of the fund shared equally among the remaining players
II.        50% distributed proportionally in line with the players chip counts.

11.4    Prize money stage has been reached
Eliminated players do not receive a refund. Remaining players receive a refund made up as follows:
1.     Buy-in(s) and fee returned
2.     Each player is awarded an amount equal to the prize that the next eliminated player would have received if the tournament was not interrupted.
3.     Of the remaining prize pool 50% is distributed equally among the players and 50% is distributed in proportion to their chip counts

11.5    MTT No Guaranteed Prize:
Prize money stage not reached. Eliminated players do not receive a refund. Remaining players receive a refund made up as follows:
1.     Buy-in(s) and fee returned
2.     The balance of the prize fund is paid out as follows:
I.        50% of the fund shared equally among the remaining players
II.        50% distributed proportionally in line with the players chip counts.

11.6    Prize money stage reached:
Eliminated players do not receive a refund. Remaining players receive a refund made up as follows:
1.     Buy-in(s) and fee returned
2.     Each player is awarded an amount equal to the prize that the next eliminated player would have received if the tournament was not interrupted.
3.     Of the remaining prize pool 50% is distributed equally among the players and 50% is distributed in proportion to their chip counts.

11.7    Freerolls
Prize money stage not reached:
1.     50% of the fund shared equally among the remaining players
2.     50% distributed proportionally in line with the players chip counts.

11.8    Prize money stage reached:
1.     Each player is awarded an amount equal to the prize that the next eliminated player would have received if the tournament was not interrupted.
2.     Of the remaining prize pool 50% is distributed equally among the players and 50% is distributed in proportion to their chip counts.

NOTE: We reserve the right to make manual adjustments to any payments in order to ensure that all players have received a fair settlement.

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