Situation: Players A, B, C and D are in a pot. They see the flop and players A, B, and C check. Player D bets. A, B and C call. Turn and river go check/check/check... etc. By the rules, who shows first? If you play online, player A shows first. I've always thought that most poker rooms use the SB/worst position shows first if there is NO ACTION on the river. However, I emailed Mohegan Sun to see what their house rule was and I got a email back from Bruce Dixon, the director of poker operations: His answer was that the player with the last aggressive action (player D in this case) shows first. What's the rule at foxwoods? Atlantic City? Vegas? Cali? Side note for Mohegan Sun: Cash on the table plays in limit games. But not in small stakes no-limit games. $100 bills play in 10/20 NL (and above) though.