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I was in a ring game on ftp the other day and these two people from Russia kept talking in Russian. Inside Straight Four cards which require another between the top and the bottom card to complete a straight. February 18th, , Flop In Hold'em and Omaha, the first three community cards that are dealt face-up in the center of the table all at one time. Either way I dont think we should have to translate while playing a final table for example. TOC Tournament of Champions. Est tu un heehaw?
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Players joining a game in progress must post a Big Blind, but may do so from any position. Blind The bet s that must be made by the two players sitting directly to the dealer's left which will start the action on the first round of betting. The blinds are posted before any cards are dealt. A "Blind" bet is one that is made in the dark without looking at your cards. Boardcards The cards that are dealt face-up in a poker game for all players to see.
In flop games, five cards are dealt face-up in the center of the table. In Seven Card Stud, four cards are dealt face-up in front of each player. Bottom Pair When a player uses the lowest card on the flop to make a pair with one of his own cards.
Bring-In The forced bet made on the first round of betting by the player who is dealt the lowest card showing in Seven Card Stud and Stud 8 or Better. In Razz Lowball it is the highest card showing. Button Also known as the dealer button, it is a small round disk that is moved from player to player in a clockwise direction following each hand, to theoretically indicate the dealer of each hand. Buy-In The minimum amount of money required by a player to sit down in a particular poker game.
Cap To take the last of the maximum amount of raises allowed per round of betting. Check When it's a player's turn to act and there has been no action in front of them and he opts not to bet, he "checks. Chop To return the blinds to the players who posted them and move on to the next hand if no other players call. It also means to "split the pot". Door Card This is the first exposed card, or "up" card, in a player's hand in Stud games. Doyle Brunson It's a Holdem hand consisting of a Brunson won the world championship two years in a row on the final hand with these cards.
Draw Lowball Form of poker where each player is dealt five cards with the option of discarding one or more and replacing them with new ones and the low hand wins. Draw Poker Form of poker where each player is dealt five cards down with the option of discarding one or more and replacing them with new ones to attempt to make a better hand.
Early Position Position on a round of betting where the player must act before most of the other players at the table. It's considered the two positions located to the left of the Blinds.
Fifth Street Also known as the "river" card. In flop games, this represents the fifth community card on the table and the final round of betting. In Stud games, this is the fifth card dealt to each player and represents the third round of betting.
Five-card Draw A poker game in which the player is dealt five cards down. They have one draw to replace them and the best high hand wins the pot. Flop In Hold'em and Omaha, the first three community cards that are dealt face-up in the center of the table all at one time. The "flop" also indicates the second round of betting.
Flop Games Poker games Hold 'em and Omaha that are played using community cards that are dealt face up in the center of the table. Flush Draw When a player has four cards in his hand of the same suit and is hoping to draw a fifth to make a flush.
Forced Bet A required bet that starts the action on the first round of a poker hand. Fourth Street In flop games, it is the fourth community card dealt also known as "the turn" and represents the third round of betting. In Stud games, it is the fourth card dealt to each player and represents the second round of betting. Hold 'em Also known as Texas Hold 'em, where the players get two down cards and five community cards.
See our complete Hold 'em rules in our Game Rules section. Inside Straight Four cards which require another between the top and the bottom card to complete a straight. Players who catch this card make an Inside Straight. Jackpot Poker A form of poker in which the cardroom or casino offers a jackpot to a player who has lost with a really big hand usually Aces full or better.
Jacks-or- Better A form of poker in which a player needs to have at least a pair of jacks to open the betting. Kansas City Lowball Form of lowball poker in which the worst poker hand 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 of different suits is the best hand. It's also known as Deuce to Seven. Keep Them Honest To call at the end of a hand to prevent someone from bluffing. Key Hand In a session or tournament, the one hand that ends up being a turning point for the player, either for better or worse.
Kill Pot A method to stimulate action. It is a forced bet by someone who has just won a pot s. Late Position Position on a round of betting where the player must act after most of the other players have acted usually considered to be the two positions next to the button.
Limit Poker A game that has fixed minimum and maximum betting intervals along with a prescribed number of raises. Limp In To enter the pot by calling rather than raising. The usual concept of "Limp In" is when the first person to speak just calls the Big Blind.
Live Blind An instance where the player puts in a dark bet and is allowed to raise, even if no other player raises.
It's also known as an "option". Live Card s In Stud Games, cards that have not yet been seen and are presumed to still be in play. Main Pot The center pot. Any other bets are placed in a side pot s and are contested among the remaining players.
This occurs when a player s goes all-in. Middle Position Somewhere between the early and late positions on a round of betting the fifth, sixth and seventh seats to the left of the button. Muck To discard or throw away your hand. It's also a pile of cards that are no longer in play. Monster A very big hand. In a tournament, a player who begins to accumulate chips after having a small stack is considered to be a monster. No Limit A game where players can bet as much as they like as long as they have it in front of them on any round of betting.
Nuts The best possible hand at any point of the game. A hand that cannot be beat. Odds The probability of making a hand vs. Omaha A game in which each player is dealt four down cards with five community cards. To make your hand, you must play two cards from your hand and three from the board. Open-ended Straight Four consecutive cards whereby one additional consecutive card is needed at either end to make a straight.
Option An option is a Live Blind made in the dark before the cards are dealt. If no one raises, the "option" player may raise the pot. Out Button A disc placed in front of a player who wishes to sit out a hand s but remain in the game. Pay Off To call on the final round of betting when you may or may not think you have the best hand. Playing the Board In flop games when your best five card hand is all five of the community cards. Position Where a player is seated in relation to the dealer, therefore establishing that player's place in the betting order.
Post When you post a bet, you place your chips in the pot. You must post the Blinds. Push When the dealer pushes the chips to the winning player at the end of a hand. It's also when dealers rotate to other tables. Qualifier In High-Low games, it is a requirement the Low hand must meet to win the pot. Rack A tray that holds poker chips in five stacks of twenty chips each. Rake Chips taken from the pot by the cardroom for compensation for hosting the game. Round of Betting This is when players have the opportunity to bet, check or raise.
Each round of betting ends when the last bet or raise has been called. Rounders Guys who hustle for a living. This is also the name of a popular poker movie starring Matt Damon and Ed Norton.
It is the best possible hand in poker. Satellite It is a mini-tournament to gain an entry into a larger tournament. Seating List A waiting list. A player would put his or her name on this list if there were no seats at the table at which they wish to play. Second Pair In flop games, when you pair the second highest card on the board. Seven-card Stud A well-known poker game in which players get three down cards and four up cards. You play the best five of those seven cards.
Click here for information on Seven-card Stud. Showdown At the end of the final betting round, it's when all active players turn their cards face-up to see who has won the pot. Side Pot A separate pot s which is contested by remaining active players when one or more players are all-in. Sixth Street In Seven-card Stud, this is the fourth "up" card dealt to the player their 6th card. It is also the 4th round of betting. Small Blind The amount put in the pot by the person immediately to the left of the dealer "button" prior to the cards being dealt.
Texas Hold'em This is also the name for Hold'em, the most popular form of poker. Tight A player who doesn't play many pots. A tight game is one that doesn't have much action. Top Pair In flop games, when the player pairs one of his down cards with the highest card on board. Turn In flop games, this is the fourth card dealt.
It is the third round of betting. Visit our partners for online poker strategy tips and poker strategy for playing internet poker. Party Poker Strategy Guide:: Please check your local laws or consult with legal counsel before attempting to play poker online. February 18th, , I was in a ring game on ftp the other day and these two people from Russia kept talking in Russian. I would just google translate everything cuz they would start talking whenever the cards would dealt Gday, I dont know how anyone else feels about this, but, as far as I knew, the really big sites are all English speaking sites.
So why dont they speak English, or maybe the sites should have their own Translaters. Either way I dont think we should have to translate while playing a final table for example.
That would be a waste of time, not to mention annoying, especially in a multi-tabling situation. A lot of sites have an English-only rule, but a lot of players either aren't aware of it or choose to ignore it. February 19th, , Nice hand bon main Nice suckout bon porte vert Nice river chase bon cape fear sur la rivere,, vous avez cochons sur toit Donkey un heehaw Bad beat mal dommage Pair les hooters Flush quel language, o moi!
Est tu un heehaw? Je comme la Pisa. February 19th, , 2: Google Translate it Sub Par for Colloquialisms. Google Translate does not do a very good job of translating poker colloquialisms. Something as simple as "nice hand" will translate as a pleasant hand as in appendage.
That's my point with asking for true, local translations rather than literal. February 20th, , 9: We mostly use the english phrases in Germany too. Originally Posted by CutterJohn. Same as above I'm on tilt. February 20th, , As a professional translator, I can assure you that Google translate is mostly worthless for translating terms like this.
If you want to see just how bad it is, take an every day colloquial phrase and translate it into another language, then cut and paste this text once more to be translated back into English and you will see what I mean.
Spanish ones I know February 20th, , 5: Originally Posted by wrung February 20th, , 6: Originally Posted by serendipity.
I'd be glad to give you the translations in french but the truth is there aren't any, the french are just too lazy to invent them.