I know for the most part, all of the rules out there say under no circumstances will one be able to rabbit hunt. I understand the rule and such, but in so many home games (that I play at least), it seems to be almost "standard"
Wondering what most of you (hosts and participants alike) do to prevent this from happening, especially those where players rotate dealing.
It seems that more and more in my tournaments (and now spreading into cash games), every hand ends with the hunting... and even some where a flop is never seen. I am trying to stop the hunting at my house and wonder the best way to get people to "break the habit"
I was thinking in a cash game, if people really want to see the cards, they could pay a penalty to the winner; for example, in a $.25/$.50 game, I think a $2 per card fine/surcharge would be in order. In a tournament, it would be tougher to enforce something like this.
Thoughts on rabbit hunting ?? Ideas on how to keep people from doing it??
Thanks everyone for your always helpful advice and recommendations.