Pot limitIn poker, a game played with a pot limit betting structure allows any player to raise up to an amount equal to the size of the whole pot before the raise.
For example, let's assume that there is $10 in the pot at the start of a betting round. The first player may open the betting for up to $10. If he does in fact open for $10, the next player may raise to $40 (after calling the $10 bet, the total amount of the pot is $30, so he may raise $30).
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