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Here we answer the question: who has to show their hand first in a typical You'​re playing low limit poker against amateurs, so just show your cards, win or lose. Let's say it's a typical game of $1/$2 no-limit hold'em in a Las Vegas casino.


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The first card was dealt to the wrong position. Cards have been dealt to an empty seat or a player not entitled to a hand. A player has been dealt out who is entitled​.


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Generally, the rule is that the last player to bet has to show first. All other players then decide if they want to show or muck. Some casinos use a.


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If he mucks, you don't have to show either. Thanks for that bit of information and for answering my question. At most live poker rooms you have to show your hand to win - but the losing player can muck their cards. However I'm not sure if last action is considered throughout the entire hand or just the river. You should never ask to see the losing hand in order to get insight into a player's game. You paid for the information, so you should be able to see it. You get a edge by maintaining and acting on information, so I feel as asking to see the cards is perfectly ok and both sides should understand. February 9th, , PM. I understand that this is considered "rude" to ask a player, but I don't see why not. I've never had a problem with someone showing me their cards if I catch them bluffing. Do I have to show my cards? Join Date: Feb If a guy behind me pushes the action in a showdown, do I have to turnover my cards? February 11th, , PM.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Me and my friend debate on it. I'll come back to the ones I missed after I make a quick comment on the issue of requesting to see a losing hand. Originally Posted by Eugenius. Some casinos use a different rule where if there is no river action, then the first player to the left of the dealer has to show first. I don't ask to see them, but more often than not they will flash them and say good call. This is a discussion on Do I have to show my cards? Anyone missing their draw doesn't even really need to show their hand, you can usually tell if they were looking to hit a str8 or flush. However it is very common now in live tournaments to require that all players who are involved in an all-in situation to turn their cards up at showdown. There's no other way to know if you're beat and you could potentially forfeit the right to muck by turning over your cards out of turn. Updated Feb Things have changed a lot since ! Any player at the table can ask to see it, though as mentioned above it's usually considered poor form especially if you folded preflop or something. I'm not sure what position the question about showing the losing hand was referring to, but as long as the player is in front of you I don't believe it is bad etiquette asking to see the hand. Okay, did a quick skim on the remaining posts and got the gist of it. Join Date: Oct Still bad etiquette imo. So if you really wanna know what he call you with ask. February 11th, , AM. Maybe someone could clear this up for me. You can sometimes even call small raise just to get the information. He says only the first player to act has to show or the player who thinks they have the best hand. Join Date: May Originally Posted by WVHillbilly. All other players then decide if they want to show or muck. Note that this is something that changes from card room to card room and can be different depending on whether you're playing a tournament or a cash game. So once your cards hit the muck they can't be in play regardless of strength. Join Date: Jul Originally Posted by applebuilder. In a tournament the rules in certain situations particularly all-ins dictate that both hands need to be shown regardless. Personally, I think it's good for new players to try and look at every hand they can. Not the situation the OP is describing. I said that players who pay should see the cards. Home games can have any rules as long as they are set up front. It's considered bad etiquette to do so, however. Join Date: Aug It's pretty much all been said above. February 10th, , AM. Yeah - there was a televised hand from the Aussie Millions where Andy Black asked that a player's hand be turned up, even though Black wasn't one of the players that went to showdown. Also let's say he misread the board and actually backdoored a straight or something, if you force him to show his hand he might win the pot when he otherwise would have mucked. The way i figure it is you have paid to see his cards. Join Date: Jan Technically, the betting player can request to see the caller's hand even if the caller has the losing hand. You don't get a choice and if you try to muck your hand the dealer will turn your cards face up. It is in fact bad etiquette to do so and should only be used in the case where collusion is expected cheating. February 6th, , PM. Yeah, they showed the cards. Similar Threads for: Do I have to show my cards? {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Up your game with free cardschat membership. So you win the hand and no one knows what you're calling with. Remember Me? February 4th, , PM. February 9th, , AM. If everyone played solid poker, then it would be an equal field. In other words, if everybody checks the river do you follow the normal order starting from left of dealer, or do you consider last action through river, turn, flop, preflop? It wasn't a popular request, to say the least Did they honor it? Join Date: Dec Originally Posted by thebrank. If you show your hand first then it is pointless to ask to see because other player would probably muck their cards when they see your hand so if you want to see hand you're calling then wait to flip your cards over and dealer should tell the person being called to display their cards first. I believe that when you call a raise after the river you are paying to see the hand. Like I said this is just from what I read while searching the rule. I had looked up the rules for this as it came up in a home game and cause a big rift. February 5th, , PM. February 10th, , PM. From what I read you are paying for the pot, not to see the other persons hand, if they want to muck and concede the pot it is their right. If you force him to show, you also have to show to win the hand. That is if I have the losing hand. You know, I have been wondering this for a long time. He's not the one betting, he's calling so technically he paid to see the cards. After the player knows he is beat, he can just muck. Basic rule of thumb should be don't make people show if they don't want to and expect the same from them. Wow, a lot of responses. But generally you do not have to show a losing hand, you can muck and concede the hand was what I had read. In a cash game the other player has the option of mucking their hand without showing. If they're turned over and he loses, he should be able to muck without showing except online where you always get to see. Never show your cards until heads up for intimidation once in a while. That said, thanks for answering my question. To clear up some of the confusion, the rule is players behind the winning hand do not have to turn their cards over, and according to the answer to my OP, this begins with the last person to push the action then the player left of dealer. Join Date: Nov Join Date: Jun Generally, the rule is that the last player to bet has to show first. Typically at showdown the player who made the last aggressive action has to turn their hand over first and if people are hesitating the dealer should make that player turn up. Join Date: Mar Originally Posted by belerophon. February 5th, , AM. Forgot Password?