(1) A full ring game is a cash game with more than six players involved, typically nine to eleven.
(2) A deal in which every (or almost every) seated player called the first opening bet.
(3) A poker tournament with no scheduled starting time that starts whenever the necessary players have put up their money.
(4) To call a bet when you are most likely drawing dead because the pot odds justify the call.
(5) a detectable change in a player`s behavior or demeanor that gives clues to that player`s assessment of his hand.
(6) The best possible cards, in a lowball hand, after those already named.
(7) An option to increase the stakes in limit games.
(8) A call with one motion and a later raise with another, or a reach for more chips without stating the intended amount.
(9) The seat immediately to the right of the dealer button.
(10) To buy into a game for an amount smaller than the normal buy-in.
(11) A large pool of money collected by the house and awarded for some rare occurrence, typically a bad beat.
(12) 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.
(13) letting an opponent who might otherwise fold know that you intend to draw one or more cards to induce him to call.
(14) To make a play (bet, call, raise, or fold) at the required time.
(15) Any royal card.
(16) Already complete.
(17) A hand with three cards of one rank and two of a second rank.
(18) Calling a bet in order to take a pot down later, kind of like a bluff slowplay or a bluff call.
(19) To deal a hand again, possibly after a misdeal.
(20) When a player bluffs on one round of betting with an inferior or drawing hand that might improve in a later round.
(21) Increase the stake.
(22) Any money wagered during the play of a hand.
(23) In a live game, to buy more chips before you have busted.
(24) To make the required small or big blind bet in Texas hold `em or other games played with blinds rather than antes
(25) Three of a kind
(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) A 3-spot card.
(28) The button used to signify who has won the previous hand in a kill game.
(29) In a no-limit game to bet one`s entire stake on the hand in play.
(30) A slanted container used to hold the cards yet to be dealt.