(1) The main pot in a table stakes game where one or more players are all in.
(2) An announcement, usually by a dealer, that a player requested to buy chips and can bet the cash he has on the table in lieu of chips until he receives his chips.
(3) An upcard in stud poker.
(4) A situation where all players fold to the big blind.
(5) Also called the house
(6) To successfully complete a draw, thus defeating a player who previously had a better hand.
(7) To catch the only two possible cards that will complete a hand and win the pot, usually those leading to a straight flush.
(8) To call an amount that represents a sum of bets or raises by more than one player.
(9) To split a pot because of a tie, split-pot game, or player agreement.
(10) The amount of money that a player has to wager for the duration of his or her poker career.
(11) To open a betting round.
(12) A stack of chips apparently of a single denomination, but with one or more chips of another.
(13) The last table in a multi-table poker tournament.
(14) The seat immediately to the right of the dealer button.
(15) Rules designating players are allowed to wager any or all of their chips in a single bet.
(16) A game with no opening hand requirement.
(17) The player who makes the last bet or raise in a round of betting is said to have the lead at the start of the next round.
(18) To show the bottom card of the deck while shuffling.
(19) Three of a kind
(20) Describing an action taken before receiving information to which the player would normally be entitled.
(21) To make the required small or big blind bet in Texas hold `em or other games played with blinds rather than antes
(22) To distribute cards to players in accordance with the rules of the game being played.
(23) To pull chips away from the pot to indicate that you don`t have enough money to cover a bet.
(24) The total chips and currency that a player has in play at a given moment.
(25) 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.
(26) Any money wagered during the play of a hand.
(27) A term used to describe the amount that a player is required to call in order to stay in the hand.
(28) In Omaha hold `em or Texas hold `em, refers to an ace in one`s hand without another card of the same suit.
(29) A plastic tray used for storing a rack of chips.
(30) In a live game, to buy more chips before you have busted.