When you start playing Caribbean Hold’em, or any other poker game, you will hear some weird and wonderful phrases that may make you feel like you just stepped into an alternate universe. We already learnt some of the terms used in Caribbean Hold’em in part one, but now I want to expand on that knowledge giving you a more comprehensive understanding of some of the terms you’ll hear specifically relating to betting.
All In: When you put in all of the chips you have you are going All In.
Bankroll: The amount of money that a player has 축구중계 to play with.
Bet the Pot: To make a bet being that is equal to the value of the pot.
Buy The Pot: If someone makes such a large bet that all the other players fold, this is called Buying the Pot. In this event, the winner does not have to show his cards.
Call: Equaling the previous bet.
Check: If no one has bet yet you can call Check, this keeps you in the game without a bet.
Check Raise: If in one round of betting you checked and someone after you raised, and then you raise it again this is called a Check Raise.
Early Position: The first person who acts in a betting round has the...
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