Poker Glossary -
When a player goes all-in, that player is only eligible to win the main pot - the pot consisting of the bets they were able to match. Additional bets are placed in a side pot and are contested among the remaining players.
Make A Move
To try a bluff.
To make the deck is th shuffle
A player who does a lot of hyper-aggressive raising, betting, and bluffing. A true maniac is not a good player, but is simply doing a lot of gambling. However, a player who occasionally acts like a maniac and confuses his opponents is quite dangerous.
A sucker or a fish.
An IOU for gambling chips.
A cheat who manipulates the deck.
Same as call.
If you pair one of your pocket cards to the second highest card on the flop, you have middle pair.
A position on a round of betting somewhere in the middle.
The least amount you can start a game with.
To be unable to make your drawing hand when the final cards are dealt.
A very big hand. In a tournament, a player who begins to accumulate chips after having a small stack is considered to be a monster.
A hand that is almost certain to win.
To go all-in.
The pile of folded and burned cards in front of the dealer. Example: 'His hand hit the muck so the dealer ruled it folded even though the guy wanted to get his cards back.' Also used as a verb - 'He didn't have any outs so he mucked his hand.'
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