How to Deal Poker - Buy Ins (Part 2 of 2)





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Published on Mar 6, 2012

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In this video, you learn how to handle cash buy ins just like you would in a poker dealer school. This is part 2 of 2. Part 1 can be found here - http://truepokerdealer.com/pokerbuyin.... Below are the concepts discussed in the video.

It is a good idea to announce the amount of money displayed during a cash buy in for the odd numbered buy ins.

When displaying $190 in red chips, it is easier to see the amount in chips if you display $100 in red in one row closest to you, then $75 in red in the next column, and then the last $15 in a separate column above it.

No two denominations can touch to make verification by surveillance as easy as possible.

The buy ins in this video include:

$190 Buy In - Red Chips.
$355 Buy In - Green Chips With One Red Chip.
$300 Buy In - Green, Red & White Chips.
$40 Buy In - White Chips.
$60 Buy In - Red & White Chips.


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