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Pass for a Prop

  1. Verb

    To skip one's turn after an opponent has raised, under an agreement that: a) if all remaining players fold, then the player who skipped a turn will make a proposition to the player who raised, and b) if there is at least one additional player who does not fold, the player who skipped a turn will fold.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The player who raised may either accept the proposition, decline the proposition, or offer a counterproposition. If the proposition is declined, the player who passed for a prop is required to fold. If a counterproposition is offered, the player who passed for a prop must either accept the counterproposition or fold.

    EXAMPLE: "I passed for a prop, but a player behind me called the raise so I was forced to fold."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues




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