Button. The button that enables a player to cancel
a previous decision to hold a particular card before
the draw. When the cancel button is pressed, the term
"hold" will disappear on the screen. Cash
Out Button. By pressing this button, the player will
receive all coins previously credited to him by the
Change person. The casino employee who makes change
for a player prior to play, and who cashes in coins
won in video online poker games after play is over.
Credit Button. This button allows the player to play
out coins credited to him without using his own coins.
Some machines allow one credit coin at a time to be
pressed, up to the limit allowed; others allow ten
coins to be played at once from the credit button.
Deal Button. At the outset of play, after coins are
inserted in the machine, this button, when pressed,
will show five new cards constituting the online poker
Draw. To receive new cards, up to five, after the
initial online poker games hand has been dealt. Draw
Button. The button,
: when pressed, that allows the ; player to draw up
to five new cards to his original online poker games
Four Flush. Four cards of the ,same suit, such as
8(H) J(H) Q(H) 3(H), together with an -, ,,odd card.
four of a Kind. A online poker games consisting of
four cards of the same rank or value, husk.'oar Straight.
Four cards in nice, such as 5(C) 6(D) ~S) 8(S), so
that there are two ways to make the *aight, either
by buying the '4 or 9.
House. A online poker games hand isting of a three
of a kind a pair, such as 6 6 6 3 3. ot Straight.
A four light that can be made only way, such as 5(C)
you go on tilt when you have a huge tournament payday
in your sights, tilt can be even more damaging than
in money play. If you have a shot at $70,000 but win
only $3,000 because you went on tilt, that's one mighty
Although tournaments are definitely a better arena
for the tilt-prone than money games, there's another
area where you need to be careful.
There are few worse poker feelings than that moment
when your last chips get pushed by the dealer over
to another player and you have to stand up from the
table and leave. It hurts badly, even if the moment
occurs at a final table where you've finished fifth
and are taking home a big paycheck. It doesn't feel
much better when you bust out one hundred and fiftieth
out of 200 starters.