Down to the felt; having no chips remaining at the table; busted out; broke.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: In reference to the green felt covering of a typical poker table.
EXAMPLE: "I was down to the green, and decided to call it a night rather than buy in again."
APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues
USAGE: Describes a player.
Down to the felt; all-in; having all of one's chips at stake in a particular hand.
EXAMPLE: "I was down to the felt and was a huge dog, but I got a miracle card on the river to double up."
Bet down to the felt; go all-in; wager all of one's chips.
EXAMPLE: "I bet down to the green and ended up busting out."