All-in: means a player who has no funds remaining on the Poker table to continue participating in a round of play but who still retains the right to the portion of the pot in which the player has already placed a bet.
Ante: means a predetermined wager that each player is required to make in some poker games prior to any cards being dealt in order to participate in the round of play
Bad Beat: means having a hand that is a big favorite defeated as the result of a lucky draw.
Bet: means an action by which a player places gaming chips into the pot on any betting round.
Betting Round: means complete wagering cycle in a hand of Poker after all players have called, folded or gone all-in.
Blind Bet: means mandatory wager in “Flop” poker games, which only players sitting in specific betting positions at the Poker table shall be required to place prior to receiving cards.
Board: means the cards that are face up on the table. Also known as the “community” cards in Hold’em and Omaha.
Burn Card: means a card taken from the top of a deck, preceding any cards being dealt on each and every betting round, which is discarded face down, is not in play and the identity of which remains unknown.
Button: means an object, which is moved clockwise around the table to denote an imaginary dealer and thereby determine the betting and dealing sequence.
Call: means a wager made in an amount equal to the immediately preceding wager.
Check: means a player waives the right to initiate the betting in a betting round but retains the right to act if another player initiates the betting.
Community Cards: means the five up cards in the center of the table in Hold’em or Omaha, used by each player for their hand.
Cut Card: means a plastic card used during the cut process and then is used to conceal the bottom card of the deck.
Flop: means the first three community cards dealt in Hold’em and Omaha
Fold: means the withdrawal of a player from a round of play by discarding his or her hand of cards during a betting round and refusing to equal a wager.