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Select the sub-menu, "Private tables" at the Ring Games lobby. Click on the green button, "Create private table" for players on Java version. Select the type of game you want to create from the list, set your preferences, and then click on "create" to confirm. You are ready to go!
How do I change seats at a poker table?
To change seats at a table, you have to leave the table and come back, after which you will have to pay the blind. This is to prevent players from changing seats deliberately in the middle of a session to avoid the oncoming blinds.
Can I bring more chips to the table without leaving the game?
You can sit out when a hand finishes and click on “Cashier” on the bottom left corner to bring more chips to the table, but you will have to pay the blind when you sit in again.
Why can't I bring more chips to the table?
Players are only allowed to bring to the table, up to 100 times the minimum bet for no-limit games. This is to make the game more even and prevent certain players from having too big a chip advantage over the rest.
What do the table abbreviations and symbols mean?
The symbols and abbreviations for the tables in the lobby are as follows:
HE = Texas Hold'em
7S8 = 7-Card Stud Hi/Lo
7S = 7-Card Stud
OH8 = Omaha Hi/Lo
OH = Omaha
= 5-Card Draw
Red padlock = private table, creator’s permission needed
Green and red “lightning” = adaptive or turbo speed (faster than normal)
What does "delay" by the side of each player's nickname in the lobby mean?
That indicates the approximate response time between each player's computer and our server.