(1) Term used for the list of holdings that a player considers a opponent might have when trying to deduce their holding.
(2) A "tight aggressive" style of play in which a player plays a small number of strong starting hands, but when in pots plays aggressively.
(3) The fourth card dealt to the board in community card games.
(4) Money collected by the house.
(5) An aspect of some poker tournaments that rewards players for eliminating other players with a cash prize for each player they eliminate, separate from the tournament payout structure.
(6) A game with no opening hand requirement.
(7) Two or more cards of consecutive rank.
(8) The set of community cards in a community card game.
(9) A poker tournament with no scheduled starting time that starts whenever the necessary players have put up their money.
(10) A player with whom one is sharing a buy-in, with the intent to split the result after play.
(11) The definition of the amount one buys in for and can bet.
(12) a detectable change in a player`s behavior or demeanor that gives clues to that player`s assessment of his hand.
(13) A full house made where the three of a kind has lower ranking cards than the pair.
(14) The act of counting the cards that remain in the stub after all cards have been dealt.
(15) Any money wagered during the play of a hand.
(16) A bluff reraise in no limit hold`em with less-than-premium cards, after another player or players have already called the original raise.
(17) Three of a kind
(18) The range between a table`s minimum and maximum bets.
(19) A low-valued (and presumably worthless) card.
(20) Also called the house
(21) Also known as a bomb.
(22) In Omaha hold `em, an open ended straight draw comprising two board cards and three or four cards from a player`s hand.
(23) To fold
(24) Any royal card.
(25) A deck that has been ordered, usually King to Ace by suit (spades, hearts, clubs and diamonds).
(26) In community card poker, refers to holding one of the opponent`s outs.
(27) letting an opponent who might otherwise fold know that you intend to draw one or more cards to induce him to call.
(28) A professional player.
(29) A pool of money built by collecting small amounts from certain pots, often used to buy refreshments, cards, and so on.
(30) The minimum required amount of chips that must be "bought" to become involved in a game.