(Олл-ин) в покере

An all-in is a situation or action that indicates that a player plays the entire stack he has or that part of it that opponents can call if the player’s stack is higher than them. In fact, a poker player puts all his chips (or money) in the center of the table and plays on them, having the opportunity to noticeably increase the stack by a factor of one time (depending on the number of players in the bank and the size of their stacks) and risk losing it altogether

A player who is all-in does not participate in further bidding and cannot influence the course of the game. His cards necessarily reach the showdown. Only if all players fold, he can pick up the prize without showing his pocket cards.

All-In Size and Bank Split
All-in already implies that the poker player plays all the chips, that is, the size of the all-in is equal to the size of the player’s stack.

With equal all-ins, the winning player takes all the chips and his stack increases as many times as all-ins at the table.

But the more important question is, how to calculate side banks with unequal all-ins?

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An all-in player claims that part of the opponents' stacks that does not exceed his own. If bids exceeding his stack are made in subsequent trades for All-in, the player has no right to participate in their drawing. At the same time, if he put all-in above the stacks of opponents, then they cannot take all his chips.

Visual examples will help to better understand this:

Пример 1: Игроки A, B и C идут в олл-ин по 5 000 каждый. Игрок А выигрывает, получая 15 000 (утроив свой стек), а игроки В и С покидают игру, оставаясь ни с чем.