POKER TOURNAMENT RULES QUESTIONS & DISCUSSIONS => Suggestions for New TDA rules and amendments to existing rules READ-ONLY ARCHIVES Pre 2017 Summit => Topic started by: MikeB on March 30, 2017, 05:58:54 PM

Title: Proper dealer procedure for downcard not tabled by player at showdown.
Post by: MikeB on March 30, 2017, 05:58:54 PM
Topic is the subject of the following thread:

Interesting quote in that thread from the old LVH Book of Poker Rules:

"The following is from the LVH POKER RULE BOOK:
The proper dealer procedure for a hand being shown down is to call attention to any card(s) that are still facedown so the player may turn them up if he wishes. However, the turning up of one or more facedown cards by the dealer or another player in a hand that is partially faceup cannot deprive a player with the best hand from winning the pot."

Do you agree / disagree with this procedure?