The term for good-quality game. It can also mean playing for the highest stakes.
The hand that does not contain any pair with the strongest card, Ace.
Full with three aces and any pair.
Purchase of an additional number of counters during the tournament.
Term describing a player who raises and beats but checks on rare occasions.
Entering with all possible counters of a player.
Money taken from players before the cards are dealt.
A strong hand winning with a stronger hand created as a result of matching cards.
A post-flop situation in which you need to get two cards, both on turn and on river, to collect a strong set.
Placing a bet.
Bet the Limit
Placing a bet in the highest possible amount.
Bet the Pot
Placing a bet equal with the pool's amount.
The amount a player puts forward before the cards are dealt. It is a double (small) Blind.
Hand containing an ace and a king (A-K).
A useless card.
The amount a player puts forward before the cards are dealt.
Bidding and raising the stake on purpose by a player with weak cards at hand to convince other players that the situation is different.
Pair of aces.
Eliminating a player from a tournament in the last positions that do not receive financial prizes.
A small disc transferred clock-wise from player to player, pointing to the dealers position.
Entrance fee. The minimal amount of money necessary to play.
Entering, checking. Raising the stake to the current bet in order to remain in the game.
Term describing a passive player who does not raise and does not check many cards.
Cash table game.
Leaving the game and exchanging chips into cash.
Waiting and checking. The player does not undertake any actions.
Waiting and raising the bet in the same round.
Cards placed on the table visible to all the players.
Two subsequent cards.
Repeated placement of a bet after raising in the previous bidding.
Pair of kings.
Place by the table in front of the card dealer.
Agreement between the players and division of the pool (pot).
The person who deals the cards, divides the pot and observes the game.
A set of cards for playing. It usually consists of 52 cards.
Entering allin (with all chips) and winning, thanks to which the number of owed chips is doubled.
Drawing cards, hoping to strengthen the hand and complete a strong card set.
Drawing cards which, even though , they improve the set, do not lead to winning.
The hand which lacks the right cards to the winning set, ex. Straight or color.
Pair of twos.
Pair of twos.
|Early Position |
Early place by the table causing the player to make a movement before the rest of the players sitting by the table, in a bidding round.
The fifth card common for all the players, called also "river".
A very weak player.
Entering without raising.
Three first cards common for all players.
Any five cards of one color.
Drawing to suit one color.
Pulling out from further play
Four of a Kind
Four cards of the same value.
Fifth card common for all the players, called also "turn".
One of the common cards (turn or river) that can be viewed without placing a bet.
Free tournament without the entrance fee with a guaranteed set of prizes.
A tournament in which we are eliminated from the game after losing all the chips.
Three cards with the same value (triple) plus two cards with the same value (pair).
Table by which 9 or 10 players are playing.
Game with minimal risk and modest winnings over a long period of time.
Arranging an internal straight after reaching the right card.
A game in which only two players participate.
Games with pot division between the lowest and the highest set.
Hidden player's cards.
A couple of jokers.
Tells us what type of player we appear to other players.
Chances of winning depending on results of bidding in the rest of the deal.
Four cards that require one of the middle cards to create a straight.
A cumulated pot.
The highest additional card in players who have the same sets.
Hand containing king or joker (K-J).
Late place by the table resulting in the player making a move in each bidding turn after majority of players by the table.
Adding to the pot by entering, not raising.
Placing the hand despite few cards remaining in the deck.
Term describing a player playing many deals.
The main pool.
Term describing a very aggressive player, playing many deals, who raises high.
The middle place by the table - between the early and late positions.
Throwing out your cards without showing their value.
The lowest possible amount necessary to begin the game - the minimal entry charge.
A very strong hand.
Game without limits, in which players can bet any amounts in every bidding turn.
The best possible hand at a given stage of game.
Chances of winning an expected set expressed in percentage.
Cards of different colors.
Term describing a player who starts playing worse as a result of emotions.
Open-ended Straight Draw
A set of four subsequent cards in which an additional card from one side or the other is needed to put up a straight.
The number of cards remaining in the deck that can support your hand.
A hidden pair higher than all of the cards on the table.
Two cards of the same value.
Two hidden cards gained by the players at the beginning of a deal.
A place by the table determined in relation to the person dealing the cards.
A pool of money or counters for which the players fight.
A game in which the highest bet allowed is as high as the pool.
A turn of bids before the flop is put up (three first common cards).
The best possible card set at hand.
Four cards of the same value.
Raising the previous bet.
An amount of money charged by the casino for running the game.
An attempt to guess a player's cards on basis of his behaviour and his hitherto playing.
Buying more chips after losing them in a tournament.
Raising of a previous raising.
The fifth and last card common for all the players.
Term for a very careful player who enters the game only with strong cards.
A one-color straight from 10 to ace (A-K-Q-J-10). The best hand in poker.
A series of subsequent winnings.
A minor tournament in which the prize is participation in a bigger one.
A triple created from two own cards and one common card.
A very good winning player.
Name of a game in which only a few players play (6 people at most).
Player with a low number of chips.
Showing the hidden cards of the players and naming the winner.
A separate pool for which the remaining active players fight when at least one of the players comes out all-in.
The game in which a very strong-handed player slowly raisers, pulling others into the game.
The amount put forward to the pool by a player before the cards are dealt.
A draw and pool division.
Player's chips available for playing.
Steal the Blinds
Winning of a minor pool consisting of the blinds put forward.
Five subsequent cards in any colors.
Five subsequent cards of one color.
A losing player.
Two own cards of the same color
Player's behaviour which indicates the cards (s)he has.
Three of a Kind
Three cards of the same value.
Term describing a player who does not win many deals - who enters the game with good cards.
Term describing the behaviour of a player who starts to play worse due to emotions.
A trip created from one own and two common cards.
The fourth card common for all of the players.
Hand containing two different pairs.
Person or hand with statistic low chances of winning.
Under the Gun
Place at the table directly on the player's left on Big Blind.
World Poker Tour - a series of tournaments played over the whole year in various casinos, rooms, game rooms and online.
World Series of Poker - the greatest and most prestigious series of poker tournaments.