Poker Dictionary

Absolute Nuts (maximum play) when we move higher than can be formed and can not be surpassed by any other combination of letters.

Add-On (add): Opportunity to buy extra cards provided at some tournaments to players and that spells the end of the buyback. These chips are called “add-on ‘and a different way to” rebuy “or repurchase, and it is common for all participants of a tournament resort to add-on at some point.

All-in (all in): It is so called the situation in which a poker player in the pot has placed the last of his chips. This player, then you will lose certain rights, such as winning more money than he had on the table before putting it in the pot. However, who made the all-in “are still entitled to the main pot. In the event that another player bets more, this money will go to a side pot.

Ante (Advance): This is a forced bet, usually small. In English, is called “Forced bet” and all must pay before each hand. In those games with ante, these bets constitute the initial pot. (see “Forced bet”)

Backdoor: we have a backdoor flush (color) or a backdoor straight (straight) when we have the possibility to complete our project require that the turn and river cards are favorable to us.

Bankroll (Funds): The total amount of money the player is ready to play poker.

Bad Beat (Strong defeat): The situation in which some fairly strong hand lost to a hand of cards even stronger.

Bad Beat Jackpot: Some online casinos offer a jackpot (boat) to players who lose in a bad beat. However, the various situations that might be considered bad beat will vary from game to game, and is “home,” the site administrator, who usually decides.

Bet (): This is the action of putting money into the pot, but only at the beginning, since then, during the round this action is seen as a way to raise the pot.

Big Bet: The word “Big” (large) refers to the amount bet compared to the boat, without considering the actual amount that is being discussed. (see “Pot-limit”-pot-limit and “No-limit poker,” poker no-limit pot). It also refers to the bet made in the last two betting rounds are double the Small Bets (which is made in the first two rounds of betting).

Big Blind (Big Blind): Bet designated and posted by the player is in the 2nd position in the sense of clockwise, next to the dealer. It takes place before distributing the cards. Those who join a game already under way, must commit a “Big Blind”, regardless of the position to be occupied at the table.

Big Slick (AK): term used to describe the play consists of an Ace and a King in hand.

Bluff (lantern): bet or raise without having known position Bandar Togel to try to win the pot. The aim is to withdraw our opponents who try to trick you into believing that we play.

Bring-in (bring): Bring the bet or to “bring in” is to place the first bet of the first round of a certain hand, excluding the blinds and potential ante.

Button (dealer button): Also called “dealer button” is the red button that indicates who the dealer of the cards.

Call (Call / OK): While literally translates as “call”, it is used rather in the sense of acceptance, then “Call” is used to accept the bet. If you have placed a bet of $ 10 and there is an increase or raise $ 10 by another rival, accept (to “call”), will assume $ 20. This is the cheapest way to keep in play a certain hand.

Calling Station: A type of player that is characterized by a call on numerous occasions, both when it ought to raise and when it should fold.

Cap “cap the pot” is the situation that when you arrive in a round of betting Limit mode is reached the limit for bets and raises permitted.

Cash Games: game mode where the chips have real value as opposed to tournaments where they have a dummy.

Check (Wait / Pass): This is to let the own turn. When a player’s turn and has not yet posted, you can choose to pass ( “check”), ie to “call” in a bid of $ 0.

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