Online Poker Legislation Looking Possible for New Jersey
While it is seeming less and less likely that there will be any significant movement on federal legislation to license and regulate online poker in the U.S. this year, one politician believes the next eight months will produce the first state to…
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- TRIP - Three of a specific kind, as in "Trip sixes".
- MAIN POT - The main pot, as related to one or more side pots, when there are one or more all-in player(s). The main pot is the one in which all active players participate.
- RAISE - To wager more than the minimum required to call, forcing other players to put in more money as well.
- STEAM - Playing wildly, calling and raising a lot, because one is upset. Compare: ON TILT.
- SCOOP - To take all of a pot that is normally split, either by winning both halves outright or winning one half when no players qualify for the other half.
- FLAT CALL - To call a bet. Emphasizes that the caller did not raise.