In many cardrooms, with respect to an all-in bet, only a full (or half) bet can be reraised.In no-limit poker, to buy into a game for considerably less money than the stated maximum buyin, or less than other players at the table have in play.The bring-in bettor may look at their cards, and place a full bet if they choose.
A very tight player (plays very few hands and only continues with strong hands).
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A player who is unwilling to take risks and plays only premium hands in the top range.Most often used in lower limit live games as a compromise between aggressive and passive play.The player in first position must act first on the first round of betting.Used mostly in lowball games, where royal cards are rarely helpful.Staking is the act of one person putting up cash for a poker player to play with in hopes that the player wins.A bet made with a hand that is mathematically unlikely to be the best hand, either to make money or to disguise play patterns.
If a split is possible, the equity also includes the probability of winning a split times the size of that split.Such a player still has the choice of whether to call or raise.
A bet made by a donk, or one that is generally considered weak or to demonstrate inexperience or lack of understanding of strategy.
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The player who is under the gun must act first on the first round of betting.Promotion of physical, real-money gambling establishments or "brick and mortar" casinos Examples: Casino in Las Vegas or Macau, offline poker tournaments.To win a quarter of a pot, usually by tying the low or high hand of a high-low split game.To enter the pot cheaply by just calling the blind rather than raising. Also limp.
It was named because this move is often considered indicative of a weak player (since it is more often reasonable to expect a continuation bet).An aspect of some poker tournaments that rewards players for eliminating other players with a cash prize for each player they eliminate, separate from the tournament payout structure.In some home games, there are qualifiers for high hands as well.A distinctive card, usually stiff solid-colored plastic, held against the bottom of the deck during the deal to prevent observation of the bottom card.
To randomly select a player for some purpose by having each draw one card, the highest of which is selected (for example, to decide who deals first).A common qualifier in high-low split games that use ace-5 ranking.The player currently holding the most chips in a tournament (or occasionally a live no limit game).