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Rake structure

 

 

From the real world to the internet, a poker room earns its money by taking a small percentage of each pot in real money games. This is called the rake. The rake is determined by the number of players in any given game and the table stakes. Generally the rake is between 0% and 5% of each total pot.

 

Not all hands are raked, as we operate a no flop, no drop policy. In English, that means we only take a rake from hands where the flop is seen. Rake is only taken from the stakes that are matched at least to another stake in the bank.

 

Example: One player raises stake to $100, second player goes all-in $40, rake will be taken only from $80 ($40 from each player).

 

 

Rake Table

 

Limited Games Number of Players Rake amount Maximum rake
$0.02/$0.04 - $0.25/$0.50 2-10 $0.01 for every $0.20 in the bank 1
$0.50/$1 - $1/$2 2-10 $0.01 for every $0.20 in the bank 1
$2/$4 - $30/$60 2 $0.05 for every $1 in the bank 1
3-4 2
5-10 3
$50/$100 or more 2-3 $1 for every $20 in the bank 2
4-10 5

 

Pot limit & No Limit Games Number of Players Rake amount Maximum rake
$0.01/$0.02 - $0.02/$0.04 2-10 $0.01 for every $0.15 in the bank 1
$0.05/$0.1 2 $0.01 for every $0.15 in the bank 1
5-10 2
$0.10/$0.20 - $0.25/$0.50 2 $0.01 for every $0.20 in the bank 1
3-4 2
5-10 3
$0.50/$1 - $10/$20 2 $0.01 for every $0.20 in the bank 1
3-4 2
5-10 3
$25/$50 or more 2-3 $1 for every $20 in the bank 2
4-10 5
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