Verbally misleading, baiting, or confusing opponents. A conspicuous act.
An attempt to mislead opponents about ones hand by devious Behaviour.
Any chat between Players that goes towards misleading or manipulating other Players is termed 'coffeehousing', and is strictly prohibited.
Distracting field chit-chat while others are listening for hounds.
this is when the players talk about a hand, which is not over.
Talking in an attempt to mislead other players about the strength of a hand. For example a player holding A-A as their first two cards might say "lets gamble here", implying a much weaker holding. Coffee housing is considered bad etiquette in the UK, but not in the USA. This is also called speech play.
A term used to describe the intent to mislead or influence your opponents by talking out loud about the hand being played.
Using the chat facility to discuss a hand they are currently involved in, with the specific intention of misleading an opponent(s).
An attempt to mislead opponents by means of devious speech or behaviour.
Discussing a hand while it is in progress. Considered in bad taste in poker.
This is when Players chat about a hand they are involved in, with the intent of misleading or manipulating other Players.
When a player chat with other players in order to manipulate other players then it is a case of "coffeehouse". It should not be done and is prohibited since it hampers the ethics of the game.
To discuss current hand being played with the intent of providing misleading information.