Keyboard shortcuts

We’ve come up with some great keyboard shortcuts to make playing poker with us a breeze. You can now fold, check, call, bet, and raise without having to move your mouse. You can use shortcuts to select an action in advance or to act when it’s your turn, just like you can when using the table buttons.

Here is how it works:

Generally, Ctrl + left arrow folds or check/folds. Ctrl + up arrow checks or calls, and Ctrl + right arrow bets or raises.

Action commands


Pre-action commands


Bet slider

Action commands
Fold Ctrl + [left arrow]
Call or check Ctrl + [down arrow]
Bet, raise, or bet pot Ctrl + [right arrow]
Lower bet in big blind increments No Limit Only Ctrl + Shift + [down arrow]
Raise bet in big blind increments No Limit Only Ctrl + Shift + [up arrow]
Submit bet amount Return key or Ctrl + [right arrow]
Min Bet slider tab Ctrl+1
X2 Bet slider tab Ctrl+2
X3 Bet slider tab Ctrl+3
X4 Bet slider tab Ctrl+4
All-in Bet slider tab Ctrl+5
Pre-action commands
Check/fold Ctrl + Shift + [left arrow]
Call any or check/call Limit Only Ctrl + Shift + [up arrow]
Bet/raise or raise any Limit Only Ctrl + Shift + [right arrow]
General commands
Notes Ctrl+shift+N
Rebuy Ctrl+R
Quick Deposit Ctrl+Q
Cashier Ctrl+Y
Chat Ctrl+L
Leave table Ctrl+X
Table resize (Default size) Ctrl+Shift+R
Minimizing the focused table Alt+Spacebar+ N
Maximizing the focused table
(if size is less than max. size)
Alt+Spacebar+ X
Restoring the maximized table which is in focus Alt+Spacebar+ R
Tile Ctrl+Shift+ T
Cascade Ctrl+Shift+ C
Open Similar table Ctrl+S
Open Quick Seat preferences Ctrl+Shift+G
Open Your Favorites Ctrl+F
Fold to any bet Ctrl+Shift+F
Deal me out Ctrl+D
Auto Post Blind Ctrl+A
Muck Losing/Uncalled Hands Ctrl+Shift+L
Away (Post blind and fold) Ctrl+D

You can cancel any advance action by choosing a different option or pressing the Esc key before the action occurs

Why always the Ctrl Button?

The function of Ctrl button is important as it helps you prevent making mistakes while multi-tabling. As long as the Ctrl button is held down your current table will stay at the front of the screen so you can finish your move. At release of the button the next table with action jumps in focus.

In no-limit and pot-limit games, you can use the arrow buttons to enter the amount you want to bet, giving you more flexibility.

The slider interface will behave in exactly the same way whether you enter a command using a keyboard shortcut or your mouse. The advance action commands and action command interaction also remain the same; the only thing that changes is your input method.

Keyboard shortcuts are disabled by default: You’ll need to turn them on in the table preferences. All tables support shortcuts except the poker trainer.