Just finished a session in what must be the weirdest cardroom I’ve ever played at. Resorts world Sentosa, Singapore, which has the only legal poker room in the country. 1. Verbal bets, checks and calls are not binding. Only chips placed beyond the betting line are binding. You can say raise and put out a call. Or call and put out a raise. To check you must tap the table. 2. At showdown, they have this game marker with one side that says ‘Betting round’ - and the flip side that says ‘showdown’. At the river if a player bets and you call and reveal your hand and the marker is not turned over to the ‘showdown’ side, your hand is ruled dead. Even if you were the one who went all in and got a call, if you turn your hand over before the marker is flipped over your hand is ruled dead and the pot awarded to the other player. As long as you expose your cards before the showdown marker is flipped - dead. 3. Raises. Any amount placed which exceeds the call amount is considered a raise. Say you’re facing a bet of $70 and you place $75 in front of you expecting the dealer to make change, it is considered a raise and action is back on to the initial bettor who can reraise if he wants to. Only applicable post flop play. Preflop it’s considered a call. 4. All in. Again verbal not binding. If you announce all in, you have to wait for the dealer to place the all in button in front of you and you have to push your ENTIRE stack past the betting line in one motion. Can’t recall if there were other peculiarities.