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## Can he reraise?

1. Some friends and I were playing in a home cash game and this is what happened. I don't remember the cards that came up but it doesn't matter in this situation. Here's what happened.

Blinds are \$0.50/\$1
Omaha8/b, 6 handed

Blinds are posted and first player to act raises it \$3 total. Next player re-raises to \$8 total. Player after that goes all in for \$10.50 (only \$2.50 over the \$8). It gets back around to the player who initially made it \$3 to go who calls the \$10.50. My question is, can the player who made it \$8 to go still re-raise over the \$10.50 or is it capped at \$10.50?
2. he cant reraise because from 8 to 10.5 is not a regular raise. if he has more than 13\$ its ok.

3. player who made it \$3 can do whatever, player who made it \$8 can call or fold
4. I used to play in a bar game in bama where you could raise what you wanted. It was 1-2 blinds and you could make it 3.00 UTG if you wanted to.
5. sb(0.50), bb(1), 1st raise (1+2= 3), 2nd raise(3+5= 8), 3rd raise All-in(8+2.50 = 10.50). This game appears to be NL or PL. The rules for big bet games requires the all-in to be a full \$5.00 raise (to at least 8+5= 13) to re-open the betting for the 2nd raiser to re-raise.

I have bolded & underlined the controlling bets that determine the bet sizing to allow re-opening action.
6. Thanks guys I figured he wouldn't be able to since the raise wasn't a full raise just wanted to be sure.