The center pot. All other bets are put in a side pots or pots and are contested among the remaining players â€“ this occurs when a player goes all in.
When a player is all in, and there is a side pot, he can only win the main pot.
The center pot that all players that have yet to fold are participating for.
The center Pot. Any other Bet s are placed in a side Pot(s) and are then contested between any remaining players. Side Pots occurs when a player(s) goes All-in.
This is the pot where any all-in players can partake. A side pot is made once the all-in players have no more chips to bet with.
The Main Pot is the pot that all the active online poker players have participated in, as opposed to, or related to, the one or more side pots when there are one or more player/s who have gone "All-in." The Main Pot is the initial pot of chips or bets.
When a player goes all-in, he or she is eligible to win the main pot. Any betting that is done after that is done in a side pot.
Pot that all active players have a stake in. The main pot is only made when there are all-in players and a sidepot is created. See: "side pot"
This is the main, center pot that is apart from any side pots. Side pots can be created when a player goes all-in.
The pot where all bets were matched by all players involved in the hand. If a player is not able to match a bet (because he is all-in), then a side pot is created.
A pot that three or more have contributed and at least one player is out of money. This is the pot that only the person with all of his money in can win. Players still left with money can continue betting into a side pot.
created when a player goes all-in with a small stack, the main pot is the maximum pot that the all-in player can win with all other players betting into a side pot
This is the first pot formed (regardless of its size relative to other pots coming later in the same hand) and it comprises all of the players who bet on their hole cards. Secondary pots are created when one player goes All-in and is thereby unable to compete for more chips than they held. In this case second and even third pots can be created which represent the bets between remaining players who continue to contest among themselves.
The Pot prior to a player going All-In, thus creating a Side Pot.
The initial pot created during a hand, which can only contain chips that an all-in player can win. Any other chips would be in a 'Side Pot' and would be played for by the other remaining players.
The pot everyone is aiming for. There are also side pots which occur when an all in player does not have enough chips to bet for the entire pot.
The only pot an all-in player is eligible to win. The main pot consists of the all-in player's bet plus all player's calls of that bet. Additional bets, placed in a side pot, are contested among the remaining players.
When a player goes all-in, that player is only eligible to win the main pot - the pot consisting of the bets they were able to match. Additional bets are placed in a side pot and are contested among the remaining players.
This is the pot in the center of the table that all the players contributed to. This is opposed to a "side pot" which is created when a player goes all-in and the remaining players have more chips with which to bet.
The first pot created during a poker hand. This is as opposed to one or more "side" pots that are created if one or more players goes all-in.
The1st pot that all players are eligible for.
the first established pot in the game.
The first established pot before a player goes all-in and creates a side pot.
See Centre pot.
When a player puts all of his chips in the pot (goes all-in), that player is only eligible to win the pot consisting of the bets he was able to match. This is called the main pot. Additional bets are placed in a 'side pot' and are contested among the remaining players. The names main and side pots remain irrespective of which contains the most chips
The center pot. Any other bets are placed in a side pot(s) and are contested among the remaining players. This occurs when a player(s) goes all-in.
The first pot apart from side pots.
First pot that all players are eligible for.
A Main Pot is formed when a player goes All-in. He or she is eligible only for that pot. All subsequent action (or any amounts the All-in player could not call) goes into a side pot.
At the beginning of a hand all players are eligible to win the main pot. If a player runs out of money and goes all-in then he will remain eligible for the main pot and the other players will be contesting the main pot and the side pot.
The initial pot where betting started prior to a player(s) going all-in
1st pot that all players are eligible for.
When a player decides to go all in than he/she is entitled to only that pot if any other betting occurs after.
n. The main pot, as related to one or more side pots, when there are one or more all-in player(s). The main pot is the one in which all active players participate.
After going all-in a player is only eligible to win that pot which consists of matched bets to that player's stake, this pot is the main pot.
The initial pot of money. When one or more players go all-in, a side pot is created for each all-in player.
When a player goes All-In, he is in contention for only the Main Pot. Other bets (in excess of what he could match) are placed in a side pot and are contested among the remaining players.
The first pot of a game which is separate from side pots.