The impression others have about one's playing style, especially the impressions held by one's opponents in a particular table or session.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The two most commonly applied dimensions of table image are loose versus tight and aggressive versus passive. Table image may change over time.
EXAMPLE: "It can sometimes be worth the money to be caught bluffing if you have a very tight table image. What you lose on the bluff can be made back because your opponents may be more likely to call your raises on future hands."
APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues