Rabbit hunting is a popular feature in poker rooms. It gives a player an opportunity to see the undealt cards that they would have received if they had stayed in the game. Rabbit hunting can take place only at rabbit hunting allowed tables. The players can use this feature during a special break that occurs after a game that meets the rabbit hunting criteria is finished (the game where some community cards were not open before it ended).
Availability of rabbit hunting
It is important to note that rabbit hunting is not a common practice in all poker games or tournaments. It is prevalent in casual or friendly games where the main objective is entertainment rather than strict adherence to professional poker etiquette. In professional settings, the rabbit hunting is often discouraged or even prohibited to maintain the integrity and fairness of the game.
On the other hand, in more relaxed or recreational settings, rabbit hunting may be allowed and even embraced. It adds an extra layer of excitement and curiosity to the game, allowing players to find out what could have been if they had continued with the hand. It can create lively discussions and debates among players, enhancing the overall enjoyment of the game.
The operator has an option to enable the feature of rabbit hunting in both tournaments and cash games.