Play It Safe

We Want You To Feel Safe

ACR Poker knows the stress of an all-in situation with everything on the table and the community cards on the way. Play It Safe is an extraordinary feature that lets you collect the value of your hand without having to worry about bad beats.

How It Works

It’s a cash game and an all-in situation occurs. Players’ hands are flipped over and the river card is on the way. Assuming there are no more actions pending, we’ll calculate each player’s probability to win the pot and assign them a cash-out value.

  • If you’re in the all-in pot, you’ll have the option to cash out your hand, risk-free.
  • If you accept, you won’t be able to contest any portion of the pot. You’ll receive the amount that we offer and it will be added to your stack right away.
  • If you decline, play will continue.

How We Calculate Your Play It Safe Payout

We use the following formula to calculate your Play It Safe Payout amount:

Play It Safe Payout = (pot size – rake) x probability of winning.

Keep in mind that there’s a 1% fee on the value of your hand (not the entire pot). We will deduct that amount prior to presenting you a Play It Safe Payout amount.

Play It Safe is not available when the offered amount is less than $0.01.
You can opt out of the Play It Safe feature in the Settings menu.

Play It Safe Example Game

0.5/1 No Limit Hold’em

Pot: 100 (rake 2.5)

  • Player 1 has a pair of aces, pre-flop, and a winning probability of 81.95%.
  • Player 2 has a pair of kings, pre-flop, and a winning probability of 18.05%.

Play It Safe Amounts:

  • Player 1 -> (100 – 2.5) x 81.95% x 99% = 79.10
  • Player 2 -> (100 – 2.5) x 18.05% x 99% = 17.42

Secure Banking

Safer Gambling

Our Responsible Gambling program makes sure every player is of legal age and also gives you the option to self-exclude for a time period from our tables, sportsbook or casino.

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