To call the miminum amount required in the first round of betting in order to establish or maintain a stake in the pot; to call the blind or the bring in without raising.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Uncommon usage. This term originates from the stereotype of Gypsies or Roma as being cheap or beggar-like.
EXAMPLE: "The rock kept gypsying in even when holding a monster."
APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues
SYNONYMS: Limp, Limp In