Online Poker: The Rabbit Hunt

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Online Poker:  The Rabbit Hunt

In this series that looks at the Carbon Poker software perks, Gambling911.com takes a look at the online poker rabbit hunt.

What exactly is the rabbit hunt you might be asking?

In home games, opposing players may ask to see what cards would have come had they not folded.  This is called rabbit hunting and it is available at Carbon Poker, but not at your local casino.  

From Carbon Poker: 

While rabbit hunting is frowned upon in casino's and tournaments, in most informal games it is allowed. At CarbonPoker we put this power in the hands of the winner. So if you win a hand unopposed, you can choose to rabbit and see what cards would have come.

This can be a great way to show your opponents your bluff, and to show them they really had you beat. Of course you might just end up showing your opponent that they made the right call with the lay down.

The only penalty is that you have to show the table what your hole cards were.

Either way the power is in your hands, Happy Hunting!

Carbon Poker is currently offering a 100 percent signup bonus up to US$600.  Players from around the world are welcome including North America. 


- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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