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The most recent BB will not be the next BB.
Hey, Dave, In your four handed scenario, are you sure the button doesn't remain in seat the UTG become the big blind?
Also, when four handed and both blinds get knocked out in the same hand, the button becomes the BB as normal. Oddly, the UTG player becomes the SB without having been the BB.
Hey Shane,

The 2017 TDA Rule #34 covers your topic.

34:  Button in Heads-up
Heads-up, the small blind is the button, is dealt the last card, and acts first pre-flop and last on all other betting rounds. Starting heads-up play, the button may need to be adjusted to ensure no player has the big blind twice in a row.

Yes, seat #2 becomes the SB and the Button. Seat #1 is the BB.  The rule prevents someone from being the BB twice in a row.  It does not prevent someone from being the SB twice in a row.
3 last players.

Seat 1 - Dealer Button
Seat 2 - Small Blind
Seat 3 - Big Blind

Seat 1 and 3 goes all in and Seat 1 knocked out seat 3. Now Seat 1 is the Big Blind and Seat 2 is the Dealer Button. Does Seat 2 pay the Small Blind again even though they just paid? Or is it just 1 Big Blind and next hand Seat 1 is the Button and Small Blind and Seat 2 Big Blind?
Yeah, Dave...I guess that is a bit late! :-[
Really Nick? Reread the original post.

The misdeal was discovered at the showdown.
8 guys are tough! If the mistake is caught before action, why not just redeal?
Poker TDA Rules & Procedures Questions, General / Re: Call or undercall
« Last post by Nick C on December 02, 2018, 06:00:05 PM »
I've been disputing these unintentional bets ever since I joined the TDA. I also believe, my decision would depend on whether or not Player B reacted to Player A's mistake. If the "errant" call were recognized before action continued I might allow Player A to retract all but his already committed 200.

This should get some replies! :D
Personally...I don't care for any abbreviations. I use them but would prefer not to.
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