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Run It Twice

Why do we love poker? The list of reasons can be very long, but we all agree with one - the element of risk. And the most risky moment in poker is all-in, where sometimes a hand, which was considered as the best, yet looses. Now Pokerdom gives you a second chance to win with our new feature - Run It Twice, which is widely used in the world of poker.

What is Run It Twice?

Run it twice - distribution of second board, using remaining cards. With this certain function you can try to change an outcome by splitting the pot between the two boards. Pokerdom offers you a little bit different type of this feature. 

If during the betting period, one of the players goes all-in and receives a call, remaining common cards are dealt two times, creating two separate boards. It must be mentioned, that the period of game is not principal, as it can be pre-flop, flop, turn or river. And only one deck of cards is used in this case.

Pot is divided into two parts and player with the best hand, accomplished with the help of respective board, gets the money. So, if your opponent unexpectedly won you with flush on first board, on second board you can be the lucky one. 

Example:

 

Player 1 goes all in and player 2 calls. In this case, two boards will be dealt. 

 

In first case winner will be player 1, and in the second case - player 2. So, each of them will get 50% of pot. .

 

How to start game with Run It Twice feature?

To prove yourself in games with Run It Twice feature, you don't have to setup it or wait for partners approval. In our lobby you will find tables where RIT runs by default on any "all-in", all of them are mentioned with the symbol "twice". The feature of second board is not available in tournaments. 

Other terms

- Run It Twice feature is available on certain tables of Texas Hold'em;
- Pokerdom doesn't charge additional commission on Run It Twice tables; 
- These feature doesn't affect the amount of rakeback / VIP points;

If you have any questions, contact us via support@pokerdom.com

Wish you good luck,
Pokerdom team.