I am of the opinion that the question must be answered as a rule question. I thought there were some threads around where some casinos use slightly different rules for when the betting is reopened by an all in bet, such as a half-bet rule. I think it normally applies to limit games, but has been used in NL somewhere I guess.
If the answer is "here are the rules, find it" the game is going to grind to a halt, and there will still be some potential interpretation issues.
Originally Posted by Percival
no and no. The re-raise must be at least a 50% raise over the original raise, or a re-re-raise is not allowed.
You're kidding, right? Or perhaps not referencing the OP questions.
I can't imagine a more wrong answer to the original post.
The only way the player would not be able to raise is if the house had a bad rule in place.
A raise to 6 (10K behind)
B raise to 1,000 (10K behind)
C raise all in to 1,001
and you would say A cannot raise?