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    • prevolsek
      Joined: 18.02.2009 Posts: 290
      I have a question. I'm new to BSS so I'm just wondering what should I do if I have multiple callers in front of me. Because the starting hand chart only specifies what to do if only one playe called, or if a plyer raisees, or everybody folds. But what happens if there were multiple raises in front of me?
  • 3 replies
    • Fagin
      Joined: 06.05.2008 Posts: 545
      Hi, personally I just increase my raise by +1bb for each caller - so if 3 callers then I raise to 4bb + 3bb = 7bb - that frequently sorts them out and takes the potthere and then, if not I am playing a raised pot in position against just one or at most two others.

      If it looks like half the table is limping then I may either increase the raise a little or re-evaluate my hand and if I want to play that pot. There is no shame in folding and only you know what cards you had. Sometimes in these cases, folding can be the best option saving you quite a bit!

      Hope this helps
    • prevolsek
      Joined: 18.02.2009 Posts: 290
      Thank you for quick the answer.
    • Bryce87
      Joined: 01.01.2010 Posts: 8
      Is this right?

      Raise + Re-raise in front of you -
      AA-KK all in
      AK fold
      QQ, JJ , TT Flat call ?
      Fold rest ?

      Raise + flat-caller(s) in front of you -
      AA, KK, AK, QQ re-raise 3x raise amount
      Flat call 20 any lower pkt pair
      Fold rest