(1) To make a play (bet, call, raise, or fold) at the required time.
(2) To exchange small-denomination chips for larger ones.
(3) A full ring game is a cash game with more than six players involved, typically nine to eleven.
(4) In a big bet game, to bet all of one`s chips on one hand against a single opponent (who has an equal or larger stack) and win.
(5) When the house picks up cash from the dealer after a player buys chips.
(6) Playing against a single opponent.
(7) In Omaha hold `em, an open ended straight draw comprising two board cards and three or four cards from a player`s hand.
(8) After a hand is complete, to reveal cards that would have been dealt later in the hand had it continued.
(9) To verbally indicate an action or intention.
(10) When if more than one player remains after the last betting round, remaining players expose and compare their hands to determine the winner or winners.
(11) A very tight player (plays very few hands and only continues with strong hands).
(12) A card that is dealt facedown.
(13) A measure of the health of a chip stack as a function of the cost to play each round.
(14) Three or four cards of different suits, especially said of a flop.
(15) Any money wagered during the play of a hand.
(16) letting an opponent who might otherwise fold know that you intend to draw one or more cards to induce him to call.
(17) A call with one motion and a later raise with another, or a reach for more chips without stating the intended amount.
(18) The person dealing the cards.
(19) The best possible hand in a given situation.
(20) To split a pot because of a tie, split-pot game, or player agreement.
(21) To mix the deck by spreading the cards face down on the table and mixing them up.
(22) A term used to describe the amount that a player is required to call in order to stay in the hand.
(23) The sideline at a poker table
(24) Already complete.
(25) The playing position to the direct left of the blinds in Texas hold `em or Omaha hold `em.
(26) A limit on the number of raises allowed in a betting round.
(27) A player with whom one is sharing a buy-in, with the intent to split the result after play.
(28) The set of community cards in a community card game.
(29) Three of a kind
(30) A casino chip.