What is a Spread Limit in Poker?

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Last Updated: January 9, 2024

Spread Limit

A spread limit in poker is a betting structure that precisely sets minimum and maximum bets in the game. This structured format means that the size of the bet throughout the entire hand is predetermined with a set range. Spread-limit games are much rarer nowadays compared to their no-limit counterparts. 

Spread Limit Poker Example:

A game with a spread limit from $2 to $50 means you can bet anywhere between these two amounts in a single betting round, with the minimum amount usually being set at the size of the big blind.

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