Definition of chair right
The chair fee will vary depending on where you are. It is basically a commission you pay (in short, a rake). The chair fee is collected by the dealer. This is a practice for live poker only. Sometimes chair fees are paid in advance. When a game is subject to the chair fee, the dealer will collect from each player before dealing the cards. A player may refuse to pay the chair fee if there is no one on the waiting list. He may also play to the button in blind poker games.
The right to chair with a waiting list
If there are multiple players on the waiting list, when it comes time to pay the chair fee, it must be paid by all players. If a new player comes to the table and the waiting list is empty, that player does not have to pay the chair fee. Cash is often not allowed when paying the chair fee. Instead, the chair fee is paid in chips. You will use the chips you have in play for the current game.