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Action: This references betting activity.
All In: The act of betting all of the money that ye have on the table on a single hand.
Ante: A small wager that a player may be required to place prior to the hand being dealt.
Bad Beat: When a player has the strongest initial hand but an opponent draws to a better hand to defeat him.
Bankroll: All available funds used in the current game.
Bet: The act of making a wager or putting money into the pot while following the rules of the game.
Big Blind: A type of ante used when playing Texas hold ’em poker. This is the larger of the two required ante bets.
Bluff: The act of making bets or raises in order to mislead yer opponents into believing that ye have a better hand than them, which in turn, will make them fold their hand and allow ye to take the money in the pot.
Buy-In: The amount of money it costs to purchase chips in order to join a game.
Call: To put a minimum bet into a pot in order to stay active in a hand. To match the previous players bet.
Check: The act of passing on the opportunity to raise or bet, yet still stay active in the hand.
Community Cards: These are cards that are face up and available to be used by all players in making their hands.
Draw: The act of receiving cards. Often this requires ye to discard the same amount of cards prior to receiving them.
Face Card: A King, Queen or Jack.
Flop: When Playing Texas Hold ’em at casinoextra.fr these are the first 3 community cards dealt. They are dealt at the same time.
Flush: A poker hand that consists of 5 cards all of the same suit.
Fold: The act of discarding yer cards and declining to stay in a hand and/or make more bets.
Full House: A poker hand that includes a pair and 3 of a kind in the same hand.
Hole Cards: These are the face down cards that are dealt to each individual player and can only be used and viewed by this player.
Limit Poker: This is a rule when playing poker that keeps the betting at a set amount and/ or limit.
Muck: The act of keeping yer cards face down so as not to show anyone what hand ye were playing.
No Limit: In this type of game there is no limit on how much a person can bet so long as they have the money at the table.
Offsuit: Two or more cards that are of different suits.
Pair: Two cards of the same rank.
Pot: The total amount of money that has been already bet and can be won on a given hand.
Pot Limit: A rule that determines the maximum bet allowed based on the size of the pot fer that particular hand.
Raise: To put more than the minimum bet in the pot, thus forcing other players to do the same or fold their hand.
River: This is the final community card that is dealt while playing Texas Hold ’em or Stud Poker.
Royal Flush: This is the highest possible hand in regular poker. It is an Ace high, straight flush.
Small Blind: In Texas Hold ’em Poker this is the smaller of the two required Ante bets.
Suit: Diamonds, Clubs, Hearts and Spades make up the 4 suits in a standard deck of cards.
Suited: Two or more cards in a players hand that are of the same suit.
Three of a Kind: Three cards in a hand that all have the same rank.
Turn: The fourth community card dealt when playing Texas Hold ’em Poker. This is after the Flop and before the River.