PokerChamps - Rules

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Main Poker Rules
At PokerChamps, you are never playing against the house; you always play against other players, like yourself. PokerChamps only allows one account per player. If we believe that multiple accounts belong to the same person, the management reserves the right to close these accounts. 

Chat Policy An abusive and obscene language is not tolerated at PokerChamps. Players who insist on using offensive language will have their chat blocked. PokerChamps would like to make it a fun and pleasant place to play poker.

Game Limits PokerChamps offers our players RealMoney games at limits from $0.02/$0.04 to $100/200. FunMoney games are absolutely free at PokerChamps

Pot Limits And No Limit Games PokerChamps also offers high stakes pot-limit and no-limit games. 

In no-limit poker, you can bet any amount at any time. Your bet size is limited only by the amount of money you have brought to the table. However, the smallest bet must be at least the size of the big blind, and all raises must be at least the size of previous bets or raises on the same round. 

In pot-limit poker, players are allowed to bet any amount up to the size of the pot, also subject to the above rule

In pot-limit and no-limit games, there is a maximum Buy-In amount. That makes the game fair for all players, so PokerChamps can avoid situations where one player has to compete against players with thousands of dollars in front of them. 

All-inIf the player runs out of chips during the game, she or he will be considered all-in. An all-in player will remain in the pot until the showdown, and he or she can only win as much chips from each player as they put in to the pot themselves. The excess part of the bet is either returned to the bettor, or used to form a side pot with another player or players who matched the amount bet. If more than one player is all-in, more side pots will be created. The all-in player can only win the main pot, and cannot be forced from the hand. 

Server Crash In the rare event of a server crash, all players will have their money returned to their player accounts at the completion of each hand. If a hand cannot be completed, all of the players' accounts will be restored to the way they were at the beginning of the hand.