In poker and gaming "buying in" is the process of entering a tournament that requires an up-front payment. The size of the payment, otherwise known as the "buy in", determines the total winning prize pool and also contains a fee, otherwise known as the rake, that is paid to the house.
On top of, what is a buy in?
A buy-in is a reference to the repurchasing of shares by an investor because the original seller failed to deliver the shares as promised. A buy-in can also be an agreement to purchase shares of something, in some cases to buy a stake in a company that also has other owners.
Over and above, can you take money off a poker table? There are no special rules for Hold'em. In most poker games, you cannot take chips off the table before you cash out. Cashing out and then coming back in with a smaller stack is always frowned upon, and may be forbidden. ... There are some cash games that allow money taken off the table.
Into the bargain, how much does it cost to buy 1/2 no limit?
The game is $1/$2 No-Limit Texas Hold'em, the Chevy Cavalier of poker. The minimum buy-in is $40 and the max $200. $1/$2 is the smallest No-Limit game run in most casinos and for that reason the games are very, very soft.
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