A plastic tray used for storing a rack of chips race See coin flip rag A low-valued (and presumably worthless) card.
This is used to estimate relative hand strength.
High-low split games often require a minimum hand value, such as eight-high, in order to award the low half of the pot.Busted An uncompleted hand To lose all of one's chips button Most commonly a marker that indicates the dealer position at the table, but other specialized buttons exist.The add-on often offers more chips per dollar invested than the buyin and rebuys.See main article: variance vigorish, vig The rake.See main article: ante.Pair Two cards of the same rank.Three of a kind See main article: three of a kind.Usually used as an action descriptor; call light, three-bet light.
Brick and mortar A brick and mortar casino is a real casino based in a building, as opposed to an online casino.
I have reason to believe my opponent has two pair, and I have AA, with four to a flush, my outs are any ace (giving me a set) plus 9 flush cards (giving me a flush totaling 11 outs.
Wet board A wet board is when the cards on the table make it possible for players to have hit strong hands.Add-on In a live game, to buy more chips before busting.See also: downswing up the ante Increase the stakes upstairs See raise value bet A bet made by a player who wants it to be called (as opposed to a bluff or protection bet).To go cow is to make such an arrangement.Horse A player financially backed by someone else.
If you do differentiate between suits, there are 1,326 possible combinations of two cards.
Shark A professional player.