(1) The right to raise possessed by the big blind if there have been no raises.
(2) A separate pot created to deal with the situation of one player going "all in".
(3) When a player bluffs on one round of betting with an inferior or drawing hand that might improve in a later round.
(4) A call with one motion and a later raise with another, or a reach for more chips without stating the intended amount.
(5) To place high enough in a poker tournament to get prize money.
(6) A player being whipsawed
(7) To enter a pot by simply calling the bet to them instead of raising.
(8) Any money wagered during the play of a hand.
(9) In Texas hold `em, a gap hand is a starting hand with at least one rank separating the two cards.
(10) A poker tournament with no scheduled starting time that starts whenever the necessary players have put up their money.
(11) To post a bet amount equal to the small and the big blind combined.
(12) drawing to a hand that will win if successful.
(13) The chip tray in front of a house dealer.
(14) To successfully draw to a hand that needs one card to complete it, by getting the last card of a straight, flush, or full house.
(15) Already complete.
(16) Three of a kind
(17) A hand with three cards of one rank and two of a second rank.
(18) In a live game, to buy more chips before you have busted.
(19) One`s mathematical expected value from the current deal, calculated by multiplying the amount of money in the pot by one`s probability of winning.
(20) A type of forced bet
(21) A deal which is ruined for some reason and must be redealt.
(22) A style of play characterized by checking and calling.
(23) In stud poker games, cards that will improve your hand that have not been seen among anyone`s upcards.
(24) The minimum required amount of chips that must be "bought" to become involved in a game.
(25) A 3-spot card.
(26) A "tight aggressive" style of play in which a player plays a small number of strong starting hands, but when in pots plays aggressively.
(27) Aggressive play.
(28) a "tip" given to the dealer by the winner of the pot.
(29) To distribute cards to players in accordance with the rules of the game being played.
(30) A technically legal, but borderline unethical, play.