I'm a player in a group that just had its second session today. One of the other players was very annoyed at how turn order works during action sequences, and has suggested changing the rules to fix what he sees as a bug. I'm wondering if other folks have thought about this too, and if there's any problem with the change as suggested that we are overlooking.
The problem: Sometimes, you end up with an action sequence in which some players just have way more raises than others. If those players take actions by spending just 1 raise at a time, they end up going back and forth for multiple actions before anybody else gets to do anything at all.
The proposed solution: Have turn order work such that everybody at the table takes one turn before anybody gets a second turn. So, even if I have 6 raises and you have 3, I'll go and spend a raise, then you'll go and spend a raise, before it comes back to me. I'll still go BEFORE you because I have more raises than you, but you don't have to wait for me to spend 3 raises before you get to do anything at all.
Any problems with this house rule? Or anything I should be saying to reassure my friend that the system as written is great as-is? (I actually like it the way it is, but nobody wants players sitting around feeling bored...)