All-in

What is All-in?


1.

In no-limit poker, to bet all of your chips as a sign of total confidence in your hand.

If you have a very good hand, go all-in to win the maximum number of chips or to scare off mediocre hands so they won't catch the cards they need to beat yours. If you have a bad hand, you can bluff by going all-in and hope everyone folds.

I went all-in on thirty milesand that river ratcaught a runner-runnerflush.

See poker, all in, down to the felt, texas hold em

2.

A donkey's favorite action in poker. When used by a shark it means the odds are in his favor so fold or possibly that he is willing to gamble for the pot, are you?

The donkey went all-in for the fifth time in a row.

See poker, donkey, shark


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