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Call: A call is a betting option. To call in poker means to match bet of another player. So if Player A, bet $5 and you ‘call', you're saying that you'll match his $5 bet.
Check: To ‘check' is to not place a bet. You only have option to check if no other bets have been placed before in round. By checking you're choosing not to bet, and as opposed to folding, you're still in game.
Fold: To ‘fold' is to quit current hand, you're choosing not to place any more bets and end your participation in that hand.
Raise: To ‘raise' means to place a larger bet than player before. If Player A bets $5, to raise you would then place a bet of $6 or more.
Going ‘All In': Going ‘all in' means you're betting everything you have on your hand. If Player A bets $200 and you cannot match that bet, you have option of going ‘all in'. If you win hand you're paid a portion of pot – relative to amount you've wagered.
Dealer Button: The Dealer button is a token which is passed around table in a clockwise direction after every hand. The dealer button is used to determine who dealer is for that hand. It also determines who needs to place blind bets, it is common for first two players to left of dealer to place blind bets...
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