(slang) making gratuitous statements, often (and highly improperly) with the intention of misleading or confusing the opponents.
Poker play augmented by lots of table talk, designed to distract opponents.
The act scorned of talking during a game to distract or unnerve an opponent deliberately.
Poker play augmented by lots of talk or dramatics.
Talking to your opponents (or whistling, humming etc.) with a view to distracting them from the game. This is considered unethical play and is frowned upon in club and tournament games.
This refers to a situation where players who are still actively involved in a hand are talking about the hand in an attempt to mislead or trick each other. It is considered very bad poker etiquette.
Any chat between Players that goes towards misleading or manipulating other Players is termed 'coffeehousing', and is strictly prohibited.
Intentionally misleading chat, intended to deceive opponents over the strength of one's hand. Coffeehousing is not permitted. Please do not talk about your hand while it is still in play.
To make small talk, crack knuckles, or do any of a number of things meant to distract or mislead your opponent. This is unethical and strictly forbidden in clubs and tournaments. It is generally considered impolite to talk during a tournament game unless it is pertinent to the score or the play.
Excessive often distracting talking at the table.
To chat about a hand which one is involved in, with the intention of misleading others about the state of play.
This is when Players chat about a hand they are involved in, with the intent of misleading or manipulating other Players.
Coffeehousing refers to chat that has the purpose of misleading or manipulating other players. Coffeehousing is expressly forbidden.
When players chat about a hand they are involved in to mislead or manipulate other players.
To talk about your hand during the round, usually with the intent of misleading the other players. Borderline ethical.