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Created by LawDude on August 5, 2009

Definition

An additional blind that is imposed in some games on a player who wins 2 hands in a row. "Kill tables" are thought to increase action and also impose a penalty of over-aggressive players. There are different types of "kills". A "full kill" is a forced bet at twice the size of the big blind. A "half kill" is a forced bet at 1 1/2 times the big blind. Some casinos allow the player posting the kill blind to act last, while others require him or her to act in turn.

Example

Hero wins two pots in a row at a 4/8 full kill table. The next hand, he is required to post a blind of $16, twice the big blind.



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