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by Bart Hanson |  Published: Apr 25, 2018

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March 14 — Don’t Out Level Yourself In A Bomb Pot! Watch Bet Sizing. One of the more interesting new aspects of no-limit hold’em is the appearance of what is called bomb pots in casino poker. Bomb pots were first introduced at the Peppermill in Reno and is a high-stakes way for a single person to pay the time collection for the entire table. Instead of players paying individually, in the past, a time pot would occur where the winner of the hand would pay the time for the table or the player seated in the position of the lowest card on the flop would pay the time. A bomb pot is just an extension of this communal way to pay time but involves playing poker. You can also play a bomb pot at any point and it does not have to be played just to pay the time. In ...


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