An unskilled player, or an otherwise skilled player playing carelessly.
A new or unskilled poker player. Also known as a sucker.
An inexperienced player willing to play for high stakes.
An new or unskilled player.
All chess players in the bottom 99% of the rating list and most players in the top 1% of the rating list.
a regular, somebody who has a line of credit at the casino, or maybe several casinos, and is known as a player
a term used in poker to describe someone that is easy to take money from consistently
a very loose, often inexperienced player
As in Joe is an absolute fish. He always looses and everyone hooks him into a game. Categorized in the food chain of pool (Shark, fish, minnows, guppies, algae, with algae being the least skilled player and the least liking to win.)
A player that is a consistent loser in the game of poker.
A nickname for a player that is new or inexperienced.
Someone who isn't very good at poker
An inexperienced, weak player.
A common (derogatory) term for bad players. By the same token, good players are sometimes called sharks, because they prey on the fish.
An inexperienced player who will lose his chips to the waiting "sharks". (See the listing for "sharks" below in the holdem poker glossary).
shark bait (see Sharks)
An inexperienced player or a player who tends to lose more often than average.
A poor backgammon money manager.
A loose/passive player who plays too many hands. Usually a very poor player.
The weakest player on the table, the one who loses the most money.The famous saying is: " If you look around the table for the "Fish" and you can't find him, it's you."
a player who falls for all your traps and still wins.
A beginner poker player
A poor player -- one who gives his money away. It's a well-known (though not well-followed) rule among good players to not upset the bad players, because they'll stop having fun and perhaps leave. Thus the phrase, "Don't tap on the aquarium."
An amateur who continues to lose at consecutive poker hands.
A bad chess player.
An inexperienced player who plays poorly.
A poor player who is losing all of his or her money, a sucker.
A poor player; an amateur who is losing a lot of money.
Poker term for an easy or poor player who generally loses money easily.
A sucker; also apple, or mark.
Derogatory term for a Chess player of little skill or experience.
Fish in Texas Holdem means a player, who is weak or who is not familiar with the game.
a derogatory term for a Poker player, or amateur card player, who is plays badly and/or loses a lot of money. See also mark, live one, sucker or provider.
This is another term for a bad player. One who doesn't understand the game and is an easy target.
Slang term for a player who calls too much ‘fishing' for cards to make his/her draw. A poor poker player.
A player who usually loses money as a result of being a poor player that draws to very weak hands and frequently plays many poor starting hands.
A player who loses money. (It is said that "If you can't spot the fish at the table, YOU are the fish.) See also "Shark".
Refers to player who needs any number of cards to complete their hand and continues to play a hand in hopes of finding it.
The inexperienced player at the table that is a target to lose their chips.
An inexperienced/unskilled player.
Term used to describe an inexperienced or bad poker player.
a weak player
A poor poker player, who throws its money away at the tables.
A fish is an novice or bad player, who often loses a lot of money.
A poor player that will make obvious mistakes and therefore 'give' a lot of his money away. Do not make these players feel uncomfortable as they will provide you with your profit.
A bad poker player who loses money.
a player, who frequently loses, these players are targeted by good players
a not so good poker player normally a new player
This is the weakest player at the table, meaning the one who loses the most chips. A renowned proverb goes "If you look around the table for the fish and you cannot find that player, it is you and it is time to get out of this game".
A bad player. A terrible player. A player who will tend to give away lots of money. Fish-ness can also be relative. Common poker wisdom holds that if you can't find the fish at your table, you're it.
A clueless or poor player. Also refers to an attempt to complete a hand on the river.
An inexperienced player who usually loses their money.
n. A player who loses money. An old saying is "If you can't spot the fish at the table, *you* are the fish."
A player with limited exposure to the game.
A poor player who usually loses money. Generally refers to players who draw to weak hands and play many poor starting hands.
Bad players. The raison d'être of both poker and fly casting.
A sucker. see-APPLE
Derogatory term for a poor player.
Very bad player.
An inexperienced gambler. See also "pigeon."
A poor player. A sucker. A 'pidgeon'.
An easy or a poor player.
A bad poker player. If you cannot determine who the Fish is at your table, it's probably YOU.