Add-on – L ‘opportunities, in some tournaments, to buy additional chips at some point in the game. It is a ‘different opportunities from rebuy. L ‘add-ons usually mark the end of the rebuy period.
All-in – When a player bets on a plate his last chips is called all-in. An all in player can not win more money from other players than he had on the table before the hand in question.The all-in player will compete for the main pot and if other players bet more there will be a side pot.
Ante – Stake previous all ‘beginning of the game. It is a small forced bet. In games with an ante, these bets constitute the initial pot.
Bankroll – The ‘total amount of money a player is willing (and able) to put at risk.
Bad Beat – The situation in which a very strong point is beaten by another that is even more so.
Bad Beat Jackpot – Unibet offer a Jackpot for players that get the bad beat. Terms and conditions of the bad beat jackpots vary from game to game.
Bet – It ‘s action to bet money in the pot, it can be followed by raise (raise) by another player.
Big Bet Poker – The “Big” refers to the ‘amount of bets relative to the pot, irrespective of’ amount of money at stake. Our poker site using the term “Big Bet Poker” for games of € 100 / € 200.
Bring-in – Begin the first round, that is, make your first bet of the first round of a hand (not including blinds bets and antes).
Buy-in – In a tournament the chips indicates that a player must have when you sit at a table to start playing. In a game is the ‘amount that you receive in chips.
Big Blind – The big blind (big blind) made by the player sitting in second place clockwise from the dealer before the cards are dealt. The players sitting at the table when the game has already begun, however, are obliged to make the big blind (big blind) in any position they are
Call – Make a bet equal to the ante in progress remaining in the game. See. If there has been a bet of € 10 and a raise (raise) of € 10 then it costs € 20 dish.
Check- And ‘the CIP, bet zero. It’s called the CIP when you do not want to bet, and you prefer to go or when there is need to see why in that particular round no one has yet pointed.
Check-Raise – Call the CIP to your turn, and then raise when another player has placed a bet. He usually those who have a very high point in order to enrich the dish.
Community card (s) – They are the community cards, the cards on the table that can be used as a support by all players.
Deal – E ‘l’ to give out the cards during a hand. Who from the cards is the dealer (dealer).
Deck – Indicates the deck of cards. It consists of 52 in most games.
Discard – In a draw game, it indicates the card discarded by a player to be changed with an ‘other.
Draw – The draw games are those in which one point during a hand may be used to discard some or all of their cards to change them with other deck (deck).
Drawing hand – An incomplete point, but potentially very strong. It refers generally to such points of color 4/5, 4/5 of Royal Flush.
Fixed limit – Applies in games where the bets of each particular round is pre-determined.
Flop – In games such as hold’em and omaha, it is the term for the first three cards, those common to all players.
Flush – The point which is also called color; He realizes the player with 5 cards of the same suit.
Fold – Switch, it indicates’ surrenders his current hand.
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Forced bet – Bet (bet) required to start a game of poker.
Freeroll – Indicates those tournaments where there are no d ‘input bet or initial buy-in.
Full House – The point which consists of a kind and a pair. Example: 4-4-KKK (two fours and three kings). In case of more full at the same table one with the highest three of a kind wins.
Heads-up – table in which you can only play for two players playing the ‘against each’ other.
Kicker – The highest unpaired card in the hands of a player. Used to determine the winning point in the event of a tie.
Main pot – And ‘the main dish. The one into which all bets. It is distinguished from the secondary into which the bets that can not be won by the player who has bet everything (all-in).
Muck – Eliminate his discarded cards (discarded), without the opponents can not see.
Nuts – The best possible hand at that particular time of the game.
Overcard – A hole card that is higher than all the community cards on the table.
Pair – One pair. Two cards of the same denomination. Example JJ (two Jacks)
Position – The position (location) of a player than the dealer.
Post – The ‘act of putting chips into the pot. Call a blind (small blind) a blind (big blind), come (call), raise (raise).
Pot – This money into the pot, the one that wins the one with the highest point.
Pot Limit – Indicates the games where you can not bet (bet) over the value of the pot.
Raise – Raising; ie increase the value of a bet on a tour. For example, if the first hand tip of € 5, € 10 or point boost means.
Rake – are the chips taken from the pot; those that belong to the bench for the ‘organization of the game.
Rank – The value of the cards. A pair consists, for example, of two cards of the same value.
Rebuy – When you sit at a table you are buying, as a rule, regardless of the chip. The re-buy means the ‘deed of purchase chips before you leave the table.
River (fifth street) – Indicates the ‘last card given in any game. L ‘last of five community cards in flop games.
Royal Flush – Royal Flush. A scale consists of five consecutive cards of the same suit, with the ‘ace as the highest card. It is the highest point in poker.
Showdown – The point at which each player at the end of the hand turns their cards in order to determine the winner of the pot.
Side pot – It ‘s the side pot (or auxiliary). One containing the players’ bets left in the game after one or more players have placed all their chips.
Small Blind – Indicates the dark (minimum). The lower of the two dark episodes. It makes him who sits to the left of the dealer.
Stack – L ‘amount of money that you have before. Indicates the ‘set of chips (or chips).
Steal the pot – To win a pot through bluffing.
Straight – And ‘the scale. Point consisting of 5 consecutive cards of any suit (ie 4-5-6-7-8).
Straight Flush – And ‘the Royal Flush. Point consisting of 5 consecutive cards of the same suit (eg 4-5-6-7-8 of hearts).
Suit – Indicates the seed. Spades, Hearts, Diamonds, Clubs.
Table stakes – L ‘amount of money that you have on the table. Is the maximum amount you can lose in one hand. (2) The amount that you can play in a given hand. To buy additional chips must wait for the next hand.
Three of a kind – And ‘the trio; namely three equal cards, three cards of the same value (eg QQQ).
Turn (fourth street) – The fourth of five community cards (community cards) in games with flop. (example: texas hold’em and omaha).