Insurance is a risk control tool that offers to help you reduce the variance of your outcome When you go all-in and the stakes are high, to avoid a bad beat, insurance might come in handy
Currently, only offers insurance for Texas Hold 'em and PLO in cash games, and there are a few conditions to be met to trigger the insurance.
You must go all-in
- If there are no side pots, two or three players must remain in the hand
(The pot is the Insured Pot)
- If there are side pots, two or three players must remain in the biggest pot
(The biggest pot will be selected as the Insured Pot)
You get a significantly favored hand:
a)With two players remaining, your chance of winning must be between 70.00% and 98.00%
b) With three players remaining, your chance of winning must be between 50.00% and 98.00%
Our insurance is designed in a way to help you hedge risk – instead of "win big or get nothing", you will get paid even when you get a bad beat.
- For example, in a 9-player table, 2 players go all-in and the rest folded.
- If you get, your opponent gets and the flop is. You hand has 90.00% chance of winning.
- Your Odds of winning = 90.00% ÷ (1 - 90.00%) = 9.00
- Your insurance plan is calculated as: Compensation = Fee × 9.00
- Once you purchase the insurance, an insurance Fee will be taken out of the Insured Pot
a) If you win this hand, you get the Insured Pot, but pay the insurance Fee
b) If you lose this hand, your insurance will be settled: you get the Compensation with the Fee returned
c) If you tie this hand, your insurance will be settled: you get the Compensation, plus the split pot with the Fee returned
- Only 5.0% of service charge applies to the insurance settlement
Our insurance plans are structured in a way to help you quickly make decisions and make the best out of your situation.
- With the Premium Plan, no matter win or lose, you will get exactly the same amount of payout when you finish the hand
- With the Minimum Plan, you still get fully covered for your exposure in the Insured Pot. Even when you lose, you get a refund.
Run More Times is a risk control tool that offers to help you and your opponent to reduce the effect of variance and luck When you are having a fun game with your friends at our clubs, Run More Times might be a great tool to lighten the mood when people go all-in.
Currently, only offers Run More Times for Texas Hold 'em and PLO in cash games, and there are a few conditions to be met to trigger Run More Times
- You must go all-in
- Two players must remain in the hand
- Your chance of winning must be between 50.00% and 98.00%
Currently, supports Run It Twice and Run It Three Times. If both parties accept:
- 2 or 3 sets of remaining community cards will be dealt
- The pot will be split into 2 or 3 equal amounts to be paid out depending on the outcomes of the different boards
- 1 BB will be taken out of the pot as a service charge, shared by both parties