Understanding Deal Choice
Deal Choice is a feature which allows the Underdog to slightly increase their odds of winning when they are in a losing all-in situation and makes the game more exciting.
Understanding how Deal Choice works
During an all-in situation, the Underdog will be able to select one of the following: Run It Once, Run It Twice, Run It Three Times.
Run It Twice (RIT) or Run It Three Times (RITT) allows players to have the remaining board cards dealt two or three times when two players both go all-in.
The amount in the pot is also split into two or three different amounts to be played out to different boards.
When an Underdog chooses to Run It Twice or Run It Three Times, if the Favorite decides to accept All-In Insurance or rejects the Underdog's Deal Choice, then the board will only run once like a normal game.
This option is available when the following criteria is met:
you must go all-in
the player's odds of winning are below 50%
only two players are committed in the pot