HomePokerTourney Poker Tournament Rule Book Version 11
The HomePokerTourney Poker Tournament Rule Book includes the HomePokerTourney
Tournament Rules, Robert's Rules of Poker (Condensed Hold'em version), How To Play Hold'em, How To Deal Hold'em,
and several charts. This poker rule book is all you will ever need to play a Texas Hold'em poker tournament.
Poker Rule Book (full-size, 19 pages ): poker-rule-book-hpt-11-fullsize.pdf
Poker Rule Book (booklet, 7 double-sided pages ): poker-rule-book-hpt-11-booklet.pdf
Robert’s Rules of Poker Version 11
This rule book is about as official as you get for poker.
Rule Book (full-size, 27 pages): roberts-rules-of-poker-fullsize.pdf
Rule Book (booklet, 9 double-sided pages): roberts-rules-of-poker-booklet.pdf
HPT web page: Robert's Rules of Poker Version 11
Robert's website: www.pokercoach.us
The Tournament Directors Association Version 2013
The TDA is comprised of a group of poker room personnel from around the world whose objective is to draft
a standardized set of rules for poker tournaments. The TDA meets annually to discuss the addition of new rules and to amend or
eliminate current rules. The TDA forum is a great place
to get answers to your poker rules questions from some of the most knowledgeable people in the industry.
TDA 2013 Rule Book (full-size, 13 pages): poker-rule-book-tda-fullsize.pdf
TDA 2013 Rule Book (booklet, 3 double-sided pages): poker-rule-book-tda-booklet.pdf
Non-english versions: Chinese
TDA website: www.pokertda.com
Mobile Poker Rules
Robert's Rules of Poker and the Poker TDA rules are available in mobile format for viewing on your smart phone or
tablet. These poker rules for mobile devices do not display any advertising and the file size has been kept to a minimum for quicker downloads. The first
link is one page with links to both Robert's Rules of Poker and the Poker TDA rules. The other two links are complete versions of each rule
book in a large file.
Mobile Poker Rules Index
Mobile Robert's Rules of Poker
Mobile Poker TDA Rules
The World Series of Poker Rules and Guides
2015 WSOP Official Tournament RulesNEW
2014 WSOP Official Tournament Rules
2013 WSOP Official Tournament Rules
2012 WSOP Official Tournament Rules
2011 WSOP Official Tournament Rules
2011 WSOP Dealer Guide
2011 WSOP Clerk Reference Guide
2011 WSOP Live Action Rules
2011 WSOP Employee Handbook
2010 Dealer Reference Guide
WSOP website: www.wsop.com
HomePokerTourney Tournament Rules
Three pages of poker tournament rules that cover such things as the buyin, rebuy,
payout, blinds busting out, seating and moving players. These rules are also included in the Poker Tournament Rule Book.
MS Word doc file in zip format: RulesTourney.zip
Tourney Rulebook (Full-size): poker-rulebook-tourney.pdf
Tourney Rule Book (Booklet): poker-rulebooklet-tourney.pdf
These rules are only available from Robert's site. These are his standard sixty-two page rule book
altered for home game play.
Other Poker Tournament Rules
Asia Pacific Poker Tour
Asian Poker Tour
Dave's Guide to Poker Night
European Poker Tour
Mt. Dew Virus Tournament rules
Russian Poker Federation Rules
The Home Game Poker rules
Waring Poker Tour rules
Federation Internationale de Poker Association (FIDPA)
Hilton Poker Room Rule Book
Lucky Chances Casino Rule Book Project (1999)
Mohegan Sun Casino
R.O.P.E. Rules of Poker and Etiquette
Poker Rules Forums
How to Deal Poker
Home Game Rules
Mike's Poker Pages.com
Oresteen Home Rules for Poker
Mike's House Rules
French Language Poker Rules
Poker rules in French (Word document - by Nicolas Bernard)
Blinds schedule poster in French (Excel document - by Nicolas Bernard)
Online Roulette Rules
Pai Gow Rules
These are one-page help guides quoting Robert's Rules of Poker. Print them out and
keep them handy during your game. these sheets have been made obsolete by the Poker Tournament Rule Book above.
Please note that the rules contained in these sheets are old and obsolete.
Print hard copies of your rules and have them readily available when you play. I use Robert’s Rules of Poker in
conjunction with my tournament rules. There is no "one" standard set of rules for poker ... Robert's Rules
of Poker is about as "official" as you can get. For tournaments, the TDA (Tournament Directors Association) Poker rules have become the standard.
The most common problems you will encounter during your poker tournament are … dealer errors. The dealer forgets to burn a
card and a player goes ballistic because “That was the card I needed to complete my straight. Like hell it doesn’t count!”.
Other common dealer errors are cards exposed during the deal or dealing too few or too many cards to a player. Have a
hard-copy of the rules nearby to avoid problems ... my HPT Poker Rule Book just might save your life some day!
Your tournament rules must establish how you will handle certain situations such as seating and moving of players
and what to do when one of the blinds busts out (dead button rule vs. forward moving button rule). What happens
when the 2nd and 3rd place finisher both bust out on the same hand? How long can you rebuy? Make sure you have
pre-established rules in place before you start your tournament.
You must choose a Tournament Director (usually yourself) who will have final say concerning rules interpretations and
decisions. Be fair, but firm. If your own chips are at stake, you should allow for an impartial third party to be appointed
to make a ruling.