Kelli Mix

Kelli is the author of the 'Game Day Poker Almanac - Official Rules of Poker'. She lives in Carrollton, Georgia, where she is the state director for the Poker Players Alliance.

While Player A is counting his chips, Player B mucks his cards but cups his hands to make it look like he still has cards. He then states that he is all-in Read more

A player falls asleep at the table due to his medication and is unable to be awoken. He is in the big blind and there has been no raise pre-flop. What should … Read more

During a hand Player A announces “all-in” and moves his stack forward. Player B then repeats this and says “all-in” in a quiet puzzled tone as he considers why he’s done it Read more

In order to host a perfect poker game you will need to invest in a good poker table. The kitchen table was great when you were practicing with the family, but now … Read more

There are several factors to consider when purchasing a set of poker chips. These include; quantity of chips, type of chips, not forgetting colors, weights, designs. Read more

In a cash game a player talked on his phone throughout the night. He would whisper into the phone and pause when he played. I was sitting to his immediate left and … Read more

In a poker tournament where the blinds just went up from 500/1,000 to 1,000/2,000, Player A placed $1,000 into the pot, Player B quickly said, “Call,” and also placed $1,000 into the … Read more

Player A said, “I can’t win,” and left the tournament table. The turn and river means Player A had the winning hand after all. Who should get the pot? Read more

A player realizes that there were two burn cards before the flop and not one. The dealer had placed the first burn card (original exposed card) face down Read more

Two players are involved in a hand. After the river player A makes a large bet, and player B says “I see you,” but before he places his chips in the middle, … Read more

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