(1) A ring game running concurrently with a tournament made up of players who have either been eliminated or opted not to play the tournament.
(2) Rules designating players are allowed to wager any or all of their chips in a single bet.
(3) A deck that has been ordered, usually King to Ace by suit (spades, hearts, clubs and diamonds).
(4) A card whose face has been deliberately or accidentally revealed to players normally not entitled to that information during the play of the game.
(5) A full ring game is a cash game with more than six players involved, typically nine to eleven.
(6) A community card with a higher rank than a player`s pocket pair.
(7) 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.
(8) To split a pot because of a tie, split-pot game, or player agreement.
(9) A type of forced bet
(10) A card, frequently a community card, of no apparent value.
(11) Describing an action taken before receiving information to which the player would normally be entitled.
(12) A pool of money built by collecting small amounts from certain pots, often used to buy refreshments, cards, and so on.
(13) The definition of the amount one buys in for and can bet.
(14) Increase the stake.
(15) Both halves of a split pot, often declared by a player who thinks he or she will win both low and high.
(16) Aggressive play.
(17) To call a bet when you are most likely drawing dead because the pot odds justify the call.
(18) In high-low split games, to win both the high and the low half of the pot.
(19) A card that is dealt facedown.
(20) Already complete.
(21) To enter a pot by checking and then calling someone else`s open on the first betting round
(22) A bet that is made more due to the strength of the bettor`s position than the strength of the bettor`s cards.
(23) The person dealing the cards.
(24) A very tight player (plays very few hands and only continues with strong hands).
(25) A deal which is ruined for some reason and must be redealt.
(26) The sideline at a poker table
(27) To distribute cards to players in accordance with the rules of the game being played.
(28) To play a worthless hand misleadingly in draw poker in order to bluff.
(29) Three of a kind
(30) Three or four cards of different suits, especially said of a flop.