(1) A deal which is ruined for some reason and must be redealt.
(2) A card encountered face-up in the assembled deck during the dea.
(3) To raise a small bet up to the amount of what would be a normal-sized bet.
(4) The minimum raise in a no-limit or pot-limit game, raising by just the amount of the current bet.
(5) The best possible kicker to some given hand.
(6) A hand which is not likely to be best.
(7) In high-low split games, to win both the high and the low half of the pot.
(8) A call with one motion and a later raise with another, or a reach for more chips without stating the intended amount.
(9) When a player bluffs on one round of betting with an inferior or drawing hand that might improve in a later round.
(10) Having bet all of your chips in the current hand.
(11) A very tight player (plays very few hands and only continues with strong hands).
(12) When one of a player`s hole cards in Texas hold `em connects with two cards on the board to make three of a kind.
(13) To call a bet to see the next card when holding a drawing hand when the pot odds do not merit it.
(14) The fourth card dealt to the board in community card games.
(15) To fold, in turn, even though there is no bet facing the player.
(16) A professional player.
(17) Emotional upset, mental confusion, or frustration in which a player adopts a less than optimal strategy, usually resulting in poor play and poor performance.
(18) Cards that are not of the same suit.
(19) The best possible hand in a given situation.
(20) A 3-spot card.
(21) The chip tray in front of a house dealer.
(22) To receive needed cards on a draw.
(23) To play a worthless hand misleadingly in draw poker in order to bluff.
(24) The sideline at a poker table
(25) Being the first person in the pot preflop, but not raising.
(26) Aggressive play.
(27) Three of a kind
(28) A full house made where the three of a kind has lower ranking cards than the pair.
(29) a detectable change in a player`s behavior or demeanor that gives clues to that player`s assessment of his hand.
(30) A call, in a situation where one might be expected to raise.