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All-in

Alternate Term: Go All-in


All-in
  1. Adjective

    Having all of one's chips at stake in a particular hand. Having one player all-in does not prevent future action by other players. Any future wager or portion of a previous wager that the player is not able to call goes into a side pot that the non-contributing player is not eligible to win.

    EXAMPLE: "I raise. I'm all-in."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues

    USAGE: Describes a player.

    RELATED TERMS: Main Pot, Side Pot, Table Stakes


Go All-in
  1. Verb

    To wager all of one's chips.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: A player may go all-in to participate in hand that they would otherwise not have sufficient chips to call.

    EXAMPLE: "I think you're bluffing. I'm going all-in."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues




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