Also known as a bomb.
Pineapple variations edit Pineapple hold 'em exists halfway between Texas hold 'em and Omaha hold 'em and has been very popular in Australia and South America, specifically in Medellin, Colombia, where it was first introduced in a private poker room since 2010.
The Glossary below gives explanations for the most popular examples of poker terminology.
To show one or more downcards from one's hand.In tournament play, any player can call a clock.Back to top C Call Calling means you are matching the last bet made.Seat Seat at the table that a player gets assigned.See main article: four flush.Call the clock A method of discouraging players from taking an excessively long time to act.Also coming over the top ring game See main article: ring game river The river or river card is the final card dealt in a poker hand, to be followed by a final round of betting and, if necessary, a showdown.The following is a glossary of poker terms used in the card game of poker.Compare with trips set-up A deck that has been ordered, usually king to ace by suit (spades, hearts, clubs and diamonds).The floorman has more power than the dealer Flop The first three community cards dealt in flop games like Hold'em or Omaha.Dry pot A side pot with no money created when a player goes all in and is called by more than one opponent, but not raised.Buy-in The minimum required amount of chips that must be bought to become involved in a game or tournament buy short To buy into a game for an amount smaller than the normal buy-in buy the button A rule originating in northern California casinos.These are often boring tales you already know the end.
Bring-in A forced bet in Stud, which has to be placed by the player with the lowest open card.
Inside straight See inside straight draw.

See main article: tilt.Players may elect to play or not play overs.Bankroll management Choosing the correct stakes and game type to avoid exhausting a bankroll during downswings behind Not (currently) having the best hand Money on the table but not currently in the pot, which can be bet later in the hand Money in play but.Late position (LP the dealer (usually called the 'button and the 'cut-off' to the immediate right of the dealer are sitting in late position.If you had a pair greater than sevens in your pocket, you'd have an over-pair.There are no rebuys and play continues until one player has all the chips.See main article: check-raise.Compare with dead blind post oak bluff See main article: post oak bluff pot See main article: pot pot-committed More often in the context of a no limit game; the situation where one can no longer fold because the size of the pot.Fifth street The last card dealt to the board in community card games.Double-board hold 'em edit For double-board hold 'em, two separate five-card boards are dealt, and the high hand using each board takes half of the pot.Players will generally be informed that their table is a forced-move table to be used in this way before they agree to play there.Rakeback is paid in many ways by online poker rooms, affiliates or brick and mortar rooms.See value variance The statistical measure of how far actual poker guessing game results differ from expectation.Big Stack, a player who has a lot of chips.
Fold To discard one's hand and forfeit interest in the current pot.

Each player gets four cards, and there are three draws.