Casino Poker for Beginners: Chip Rules, Chip Tricks, Collecting & More
This is definitely a nice-looking poker chip set. He hopes that others will think he actually folded, and act out of turn. Slide the chip up with your thumb. The chips can be placed in a transparent casing that makes it easy to organize them and transport them around. I hope it has been a worthwhile excursion into a subject that isn't discussed much, but is actually central to how casino poker games operate. Think Math, Not Ego.
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Assuming you are using your right hand, push your thumb against the left-most chip and pull it up. Once it is up then move it behind the other chips and push it down. You have to hold the other chips firm enough so that they don't move. This is why you will want to do it with many chips - because it is easier to grip a stack of chips and keep them from being pushed around by the movement of your fingers.
Your pinky is on the bottom of the stack of chips and is essentially holding the chips up while your other fingers are moving the chips. This is one of the easier tricks to do and quickly becomes natural once you learn how to do it. This trick is where you take two stacks of chips and use your fingers to splice them together into one big stack. You should start off doing chips, so have two stacks of 3 to 4 chips that are right next to each other.
Your thumb goes onto the left lower side of the left stack. Your index finger should go in between the two stacks and touch the chips where the chips meet. Your middle and ring fingers go on the right side of the right stack of chips. Most people don't use the pinky. To begin the chip shuffle, you push the two stacks together gently while lifting up with your middle finger and pulling both stacks up at the same time.
It's best to have the chips in the different stacks be different colors so that you can easily see how accurate your splicing is. It helps when you do the trick on a surface that is slightly soft like a poker table because it makes it easier to lift the chips up a little to begin the trick, which is the hardest part.
This is where you roll the chips across the poker table from one hand to the other. You should start off with 3 to 5 chips. You can have the back of your hand right on the table or a couple of inches above it and your hand should be at an angle so the chips will roll onto the table instead of being dropped. You should have the chips held in between your thumb and your index finger.
Your other fingers should be in front of, and below, the chips so that when the chips are let go they roll over the fingers and onto the table.
Slowly release each chip. With the chip twirl, you are holding a stack of exactly 3 chips by their edges using all your fingers except for your pinky.
Your ring finger is on the bottom holding the chips up. Use your thumb and index finger to lift up only the two outside chips while letting the middle chip just sit there. To do this you can "lower" the middle chip at the same time you lift the two outside ones. Once the chips are separated, you use either your middle or ring finger to rotate the bottom chip degrees while balancing the chip on your pinky, which serves as the axis for it to rotate on.
When the bottom chip is completely rotated, slide the two outside chips back down around the middle chip. The hardest part of the trick is to rotate the chip once you have it separated. This trick looks fancier than the "knuckle roll" but I think it is easier. In the knuckle roll, you use your fingers to roll a chip over the top of your knuckles. September 20th, , 4: Originally Posted by terryk. Originally Posted by Stepgov.
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