Poker jargon

Curious what your poker players talk like that? Here’s a crash course in poker jargon 1×1:

Ante – Money is the thrown into the pot before any cards are dealt.

Bad Beat – When a good hand is beaten by a not so good hand. In other words, someone was lucky. :)

Bankroll – The total amount of money that someone has available for play.

Big Blind – A forced bet before any cards are dealt to ensure that money is in the pot. This is the larger, the two forced bets.

Bluff – reminds everyone, that you have a better hand than it is the case

Button – A mark indicating the dealer during a round. If a dealer is not available, this button indicates to who “would be” the dealer, if there is no., It indicates where the game begins.

Call – go along with the final race.

Check – Deciding not to put on and see what happens.

Check-Raise – Deciding not to be translated and then raise someone who has set.

Community Cards – community cards. In Texas Hold’em, these cards are in the middle of the table, visible for all placed.

Drawing Dead – A card draw to have your hand over the hand of your opponent to improve without the chance.

Fish – A player who has simply wins.

Flop – In Texas Hold’em, the first three cards are in the middle of the table, uncovered, to be placed at once.

Fold – Giving up. Take off your hand because you think it is not the strongest.

Free Card – A card that get to see you, without having made ​​a bet.

High Card – Any card with a value of nine or higher.

Hole Cards – In Texas Hold’em, these are the first two cards to each player is dealt, which can only see the players.

Limit – A Texas Hold’em game, which limits how much you can put a specific time or can enter into the pot.

Limp – Before the flop, with the smallest possible bet placed.

No Limit – A Texas Hold’em game that you want as many chips as you can put wherever you want as well.

Nuts – The best possible hand during a round.

Position – Where you sit at a table.

Pot – for everyone to win the entire set amount of money during a hand, available.

Raise – raise the last bet.

Rainbow – A flop showing three different colors.

River – In Texas Hold’em, this is the fifth (and last) card is dealt face up in the middle of the table, placed.

Skirt – A tight player usually is not bluffing.

Round of Betting – go along the table and everyone sat or let up.

Shark – A very serious player against you play.

Small Blind – A forced bet before any cards are dealt to ensure that money is in the pot. This is the smaller, the two forced bets.

Steal increase-The inserts and try to get the pot without competition.

Tell – A unconscious thing that someone makes and which reveals the strength of his hand.

Tight – A player who plays only the strongest hands.

Tilt – A player who starts to play reckless.

Turn – In Texas Hold’em, this is the fourth card is dealt face up in the middle of the table, placed.

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