Sloppily tossing chips on the table so they roll haphazardly. Besides being rude, it can obscure whether the proper amount was paid. An early tip off of a newbie. Split pair np. A pair composed of one card from your hand, and another from the board. Example: hand 7 the board: 8. Contrast a pocket pair or a paired board.
To throw the chips into the pot.
To throw chips into the pot, rather than place them infront of you. Not a polite way of contributing to the pot
To toss chips directly into the pot rather than put them in a stack in front of you. Don't do it.
To throw your chips into the pot, instead of placing them in front of you. This makes it difficult for the dealer to determine the amount you bet.
When a player throws, instead of placing, their chips into the pot.
Throw yor chips into the pot instead of placing them in front of you. This makes it difficult for the dealer to determine the amount of the bet
To throw, instead of place, ones chips while betting. This is frowned upon because it may obscure the amount of money actually wagered.
To toss one's chips. Highly frowned upon because it can be used as a way to hide the true value of money actually wagered.
The act of throwing your chips in the pot recklessly instead of placing them in the pot neatly stacked. Chippy does not tolerate "Splashing the Pot".
Throw your chips in the pot instead of placing them on the table in front of you.
To toss chips into the pot instead of placing them. Seen as bad etiquette.
Loosely put chips into a pot to obscure the actual amount. Not good.