- 8, 7, 6, 5, 4
- 8, 7, 6, 5, 3
- 8, 6, 4, 2, A
- 8, 4, 3, 2, A
- 7, 6, 5, 4, 2
- 7, 6, 5, 2, A
- 7, 5, 4, 3, 2
- 6, 5, 4, 3, 2
- 6, 4, 3, 2, A
- 5, 4, 3, 2, A
Courchevel Hi / Lo game types
- Limit Courchevel Hi / Lo – A special betting limit that applies to each game and each betting period.
- Potcheest Courchevel Hi / Lo – Bets are limited by the amount of chips in the pot.
- Unlimited Courchevel Hi / Lo Poker – Players can bet on any amount of their chips.
Courchevel Hi / Lo rules
The symbol ‘button’ or ‘dealer button’ on the Courchevel Hi / Lo indicates which player the dealer is named by. Before the game begins, the player places a “small blind” directly clockwise from the button and places his first forced bet. The player places a “big blind” directly clockwise from the small blind, which is usually twice the size of the small blind, but the curtain may vary depending on the structure of the stake and the bet.
In fixed-limit games, a large blind is the same as a small bet, and a small blind is usually equal to half of a large blind, but can be larger depending on the stake. For example, in a $ 2 / $ 4 fixed limit game, the small blind is $ 1 and the large blind is $ 2. In the $ 15 / $ 30 fixed limit game, the small blind is $ 10 and the large blind is $ 15.
In Pot Limit and No Limit games, games are named according to the size of the curtain (for example, $ 1 / $ 2 Courchevel Hi / Lo small blind is $ 1 and large blind is $ 2).
Now each player gets five hole cards and the first flop card is dealt face up on the board. The betting process starts clockwise from the player “under the gun” (clockwise directly from the big blind) around the table.
After seeing his hole cards and the first flop card, each player was able to play his hand by calling or raising a large blind. The action starts on the left side of the big blinds and is considered a ‘direct’ bet in this circle. This player can be folded, loaded or raised. For example, if a large blind was $ 2, it would cost $ 2 to make a call, or at least $ 4 to raise. The activity then moves clockwise around the table.
Note: The betting structure varies depending on the different versions of the game. An explanation of the betting activities on Unlimited Courchevel Hi / Lo, Limit Courchevel Hi / Lo, Pot Limit Courchevel Hi / Lo can be found below.
The bet continues on each bet until all active players (not folded) have placed an equal bet on the pot.
After the first bet is completed, the remaining two cards of the “flop” are dealt face up on the board. The flop is the first three public cards available to all active players. The bet is started clockwise directly from the active player button. Another round of betting begins. In Limit Courchevel Hi / Lo, all bets and increases on the flop are increased by a small bet increase (for example, $ 2 / $ 4 per game is $ 2).
When the betting is completed on the flop stage, the “turn” is displayed face to face on the board. Turn is the fourth public card in the Courchevel Hi / Lo game. Play starts directly clockwise from the active player button. Another round of betting begins. At Limit Courchevel Hi / Lo, bets and turnovers are increased by a large bet increase (e.g. $ 2 / $ 4 per game).
When the bet is completed, the “key” is displayed face to face on the board. The key is the fifth, community card in the Courchevel Hi / Lo game. The bet is started clockwise directly from the active player button. The final stage of the betting begins.
Fixed limits, cook limits, unlimited Courchevel Hello
- Limit Courchevel Hi / Lo Limits Courchevel Hi / Lo limits are calculated in a predefined, structured amount. All bets and increases on the pre- and flops are the same size as the big blind. All bets and lifts on the turn and the river are doubled. Limit Courchevel Hi / Lo allows up to four bets per player per bet. These include (1) betting, (2) raising, (3) multiplying, and (4) upper limit (final growth).
- Pot Potit Courchevel Hi / Lo Pot Limit Courchevel Hi / Lo- ‘s minimum bet is the same as the size of the big blind, but players can bet on the size of the pot. Minimum increase: The salary must be at least the same as the previous bet. For example, if the first player bets $ 5, the second player must raise at least $ 5 ($ 10 in total). Maximum increase: The size of the pot, which is determined by the total amount of the active pot, plus all the bets on the table, plus the amount that must be called before the activator can play. Example: If the size of the pot is $ 100, the player can bet a maximum of $ 100 if no action has been taken at a particular betting stage. After this bet, the action moves clockwise to the next player. This player can fold $ 100, call, or increase the maximum amount between the minimum (over $ 100). In this case, the maximum bet amount will be $ 400. The lifter first calls for $ 100, raises the tank size to $ 300, then raises an additional $ 300 to bet a total of $ 400. Pot Limit Courchevel Hi / Lo does not specify a “limit” on the number of increments allowed.
- Unlimited Courchevel Hi / Lo The minimum bet on Unlimited Courchevel Hi / Lo is the same as the size of the big blind, but players can bet as many chips as they want. Minimum increase: Unlimited Curchevel Hello / Lo The salary amount must be at least equal to the previous bet or increased at the same stage. For example, if the first player bets $ 5, the second player must raise at least $ 5 ($ 10 in total). Maximum increase: The size of your stack (chips on the table). Unlimited Courchevel Hi / Lo does not set a “limit” on the number of salaries allowed.