A white disk to indicate who is the dealer. Typically the 'Button' moves to the player on the left after each hand.
The poker player sitting at the dealer button for a specific hand is said to be "on the button." This gives them the best position, as they will be last to act for every betting round (apart from the first round of betting due to the blinds) giving the advantage of observing opponents actions before deciding on the best course of action.
A distinctive token placed in front of the player sitting in the theoretical dealer's position, when a house dealer is used. The button rotates around the table so that every player has an opportunity to be the last to act.
A round disc that represents the dealer position in a game where the players do not deal the cards themselves. This is considered to be the best position in the game.
A white disk used to indicate the theoretical dealer in hold'em. This is the method used to make sure everyone puts in the blinds in a specified rotation. Also used to refer to the player who is on the button.
In poker, a small plastic disc used as a marker that is moved from player to player after each hand to designate the dealer position.
A placeholder that represents the dealer and indicates which player is first (or last) to act. The button rotates around the table.
Aka dealer button.
1) A chip or token used to mark the position of the dealer when the players are not dealing themselves. 2) The player currently seated at the seat were the token resides is on the "button."
A small round disc, also known as the Dealer Button, which moves from player to player clockwise around the table following each hand to indicate the Dealer for that hand.
A round disc with the words â€œDealerâ€ printed on it. It moves clockwise with each new hand to indicate who holds the dealerâ€(tm)s position.
A white plastic disk that moves around the table clockwise in games such as Holdem and Omaha and is used to signify the theoretical dealer position. A player can be said to be "on the button" meaning that they are in the dealer position and last to act.
A small disk used to indicate which player is the dealer for a hand.
A token used to mark the position of the dealer. The player currently seated in the position marked by the button.
A plastic disc that used to keep track of where the dealer is. The button player is always the last one to act.
A round button that indicates who is the dealer, or if the game is with dealer, who's to start.
An acrylic white disk to indicate who is the dealer.
The small disc that travels around the table to indicate who is the dealer for the hand.
A small round disk that indicates which player is in last position on a particular hand.
A disc that rotates clockwise around the table to indicate which player is the last to bet.
A round plastic disc, with a "D" on it, which is used to represent/identify the present Dealer position in the game. After each Hand the Button moves left, in a clockwise fashion, to the next Active Player Sitting-in at the Table.
a typically thin, small disc of hard substance, attached to a piece of cloth by stitches sewn through holes in its centre
A white disc-shaped object that moves clockwise around the table each hand and indicates where the action begins.
Disc that has no value. It's used to identify the player who is the last to act in games such as Texas Holdem and Omaha. Each player gets the button for one hand and then must pass it on to the player on his left.
Also called the "Dealer Button", this is a white puck (usually with the word "Dealer" on it), that signifies the dealer's position on the table. The dealer's position is significant because he is the last player to act for that hand. The Dealer Button rotates around the table, so each player takes turns being "on the button".
The round white object passed around the table to represent who the dealer is. This player has the best betting position and acts last after the flop. The blinds are posted to this player's left.
'On the button': A token which is placed in front of a player who is 'the dealer'. The people on his/her left will be first to act.
A small marker used to designate who the dealer is; sometimes known as the dealer button.
When there is a dedicated dealer, a small plastic disc called the "dealer button" is used to indicate who is effectively in the dealer position. After the flop, the dealer is the last person to act in a round of betting. The button is moved one player to the left, after each hand. See also Position.
When there is a house dealer, a button is put in front of a player to show that he is playing the dealer`s position. The button is passed to each player in clockwise order.
Otherwise known as the dealer button, this is a small white plastic disc that moves from player to player in a clockwise direction after each hand. The object is to identify the theoretical dealer of each new hand. The idea is to have the button change positions after each hand so that each player can have the advantage of being in the last betting position.
in live games, a little marker shows who's currently the dealer. This person has the advantage to always act last (not in Stud). A person can be said to be " on the button", as in " I was on the button and looked down to see pocket nines in the hole."
A disc, usually white, that sits in front of the dealer. In the online game of course there is no actual dealing, the computer does it all but there is always a "button" shown that moves one player to the left at the start of every hand to show the nominal dealer.
the dealer position, usually indicated by a marker or "button"; in casino games the dealer will not participate in the action, but the button will move around the table in order to distribute the blinds and the late action evenly across all players (in this case the dealer distributes cards as though he were in the position of the dealer button)
The button is passed around clockwise, when there is a house dealer. The button represents that the player with the button in front of them is the theoretical dealer and as a reasult will bet and act last in each round.
At most casinos, the players themselves do not deal the cards. Therefore, a button is used to indicate who is in the dealer's seat. Except in the preflop round, the player who is on the button acts last in a round of betting.
Also known as the dealer to show who is small and big blind.
The "button" is literally a round token with a "D" or "Dealer" written on it. The button is used to show who is the nominal dealer - i.e. the person who would be dealing if a dealer (or the computer software) were not dealing on their behalf. The button is placed in front of this nominal dealer. Cards are dealt first to the player on this player's left. A player in the button position (said to be "on the button") will be in late position throughout a hand of Texas Hold 'Em.
In some poker games, such as Texas Holdem, the position of the dealer is an integral part of the game, because it determines where betting begins and who the blinds are. The button is the little disc that's usually used to represent the "dealer" in games where the house provides a non-player dealer to actually deal the cards.
this is the plastic disc used to mark the player who is the next designated dealer position.
This is some sort of token that passes around the table to represent the dealer in casino games or any game where individual players do not deal themselves. It is used to keep the positioning of the game correct. As the dealer button shifts, the blinds shift accordingly.
The Button is a term used for the small plastic disk that represents the dealers seat. Each hand requires that the cards a dealt and blinds are positioned one place clockwise from the previous hand. This ensures fair play and the rotational payment of Blinds. The “Button” keeps track of the position of the play end enables a table dealer to know who is first to act for any particular hand. The position of the Button (a small plastic disk) relative to yourself as a player and therefore your betting strategy is an essential part of Texas Holdem. The concept few understand but all successful players know is called Table Position.
This is a virtual token or marker that indicates the rotation of action by players. The button rotates clock wise after each hand. The player on the left hand side of the button always plays first.
A white acrylic disk that indicates who is the dealer.
A large button that is usually passed, to the left, from player to player each hand to indicate what player the dealer is dealing for.
Also known as the dealer button, it is a small round disk that is moved from player to player in a clockwise direction following each hand, to theoretically indicate the dealer of each hand.
Used in casino poker games when there is a house dealer to take the place of a 'real' dealer in the game. The 'button' is placed in front of the person in the game who is the 'real' dealer so that all players know this person bets and acts last in the round.
A disc that signifies who is the nominated dealer for this hand. The button moves clockwise (to the left), each hand.
A white acrylic disk to indicate who is the (theoretical) dealer. Also used to refer to the player on the button. Example: "Oh, the button raised."
The marker that signifies the dealer's spot. This moves round the table with after each hand ensuring everyone has to deal and keep the advantage fair.
The designation of a player in the Dealer's Position.
A small round disk moved clockwise around the table to indicate the nominal dealer on every hand. The player 'on the button' has the advantage of acting last on every round from the flop onwards.
A flat disc called the dealer button. The player with the button is the last to receive cards on the deal.
this is a small white disk that is put in front of a player to identify him as "the dealer"
an object which moves clockwise around the table stopping in front of each player denoting an imaginary dealer.
A white acrylic disk that indicates the (nominal) dealer. Also used to refer to the player on the button. Example: "Oh, the button raised."
The dealers' button indicates the dealer of each hand. It is a small chip with special designation that is moved clockwise after each hand.
In Hold'em, the Button represents the player who is acting as Dealer for the hand. This determines who will act and in what order, and also determines the blinds. The initial dealout begins to the Button's immediate left and goes clockwise around the table; the Button itself moves around the table, moving one space clockwise at the conclusion of each hand.
A white puck to indicate who is the acting dealer. Also used to refer to the player on the button. The player with the button receives the last card dealt in a round.
A disc that indicates which player has the dealer position in the hand. Also called the dealer-button.
In all flop games, a small disk used to signify the player in the last position if a house dealer is used; a buck.
in Texas Hold 'em, the dealer's seat. This is the most advantageous seat since it acts last in every round of the hand. The dealer's seat is signified by the placing of a round, white disc, usually with the word "Dealer" printed on it.
The Dealer Button, a round green disc with a "D" in the centre which is placed in front of the seat position designated as the Dealer for that hand. Back To
Moving clockwise every hand, the button is used in Texas Hold ‘Em poker and other similar games to show which player acts first in a hand.
A flat, usually white disc that indicates who is in the dealer position of a hand. In Hold'em, the dealer button rotates clockwise around the table, cards are dealt first to the player on the dealer button's left, and the dealer button is the last to act before the blinds.
A player who is in the designated dealer position. See dealer button.
In some poker games, there is a person whom holds the button. The players to the button holder's left are usually required to post the set blinds.
this is a sign, which indicates your position according to the dealer.
A disk to indicate who is the dealer or first person to recieve the cards. Also used to refer to the player on the button. Example: "Oh, the button raised."
a small, movable object - typically a plastic disc - indicating the nominal dealer's position. The button moves around the table one seat at a time after every completed hand. The dealer is said to be "on the button"
The position on the table of the dealer, marked by a "button" on the table.
A white marker, or button, indicating who the dealer is. "With pocket aces on the button, Paul decided to re-raise."
A disk indicating who the dealer is. This is used when a designated 'dealer' has not been appointed. Also known as the 'Dealer Button'.
A small round button shape, sometimes marked D, which is used to show who the nominal dealer is.
A physical disc that moves around the table to indicate who is dealing.
a small plastic disk used in casino games to mark the player in the "dealer's position." After each hand, the button rotates to the next player on the left. Because a non-playing casino employee deals the cards, the button is moved after each hand, allowing players to takes turns having the advantageous dealer position of acting last.
A disk used at the table to indicate the theoretical position of the dealer.
The marker that signifies the dealer's spot. The player with the button receives the last card dealt in a round.
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A small disc which moves round the table to represent the position of the dealer when a house dealer is present.
An object on the table (usually a plastic disk) marking which player is the â€œdealer.â€œ The button acts last and is therefore the most powerful desirable seat to be in since you will have position on all of your opponents throughout the hand.
This is the marker that looks like a hockey puck and indicates which player is the virtual dealer and therefore where the action and deal starts, as well as who puts in the blinds. The button moves round one player each hand and often has â€˜Dealerâ€™ written on it.
A plastic disc used to represent the dealer position, in games where a professional dealer is used, and position remains constant throughout the hand (Hold 'em and Omaha).
A white disk also known as the dealer button serves to recognize which player sitting at the table is the dealer for that particular hand. After each hand has completed, as with standard poker rules, the button moves clockwise to the next active player. This is done, because there is an advantage to having to act last and so each player gets his fair share of early, late and middle positions
Used in Texas Hold 'Em and similar games to display which player acts first in a hand. The button moves clockwise after every hand.
A disk placed in front of the dealer or nominal dealer.
A graphic disc bearing the letter "D", used to designate the dealer position in online games.
a small round disk moved clockwise from player to player.
A white or red plastic disk that indicates the position of the dealer on the poker table during the game. It is also used to refer to the player on the button.
As opposed to your home game, in casinos and big tournaments, they have a dedicated dealer and instead use a small plastic disc called the "dealer button" to indicate who is effectively the dealer. After the flop, the dealer is the last person to act in a round of betting. Being "on the button" is a good position as you are the last person to decide to call, raise or fold.
This is a player who is in the position of the designated dealer.
A small disk placed to indicate who is the nominal dealer in Hold'Em games.
The player who has the disk.
A white disc, often the size of an ice hockey puck, which indicates the player who is currently in the dealer button position. It is considered the best position on the table, as the dealer is last to act and therefore gets to react to the decisions of all of the other players. The button moves one space to the left after every hand.
Usually a white button or disc denoting the nominated dealer
a small white disk that sits in front of the dealer. Generally used when there is a dedicated dealer at the table. Usually the strongest position in a hand because you get to act last. Often referred to as 'on the button'.
Type of actuator normally used for hand timing operations.
This is the player who is the designated dealer for that hand. This rotates each hand clockwise.
A disc that indicates who the nominated dealer is for each hand. The button moves clockwise one step for each hand played.
A round disc that rotates around the table to represent the dealer for indicating which player is to be first to act.
A marker, usually disk-shaped, to indicate which player is the virtual dealer. The button is used in games where position relative to the dealer is important.
A button is a marker, usually a plastic disc, used to mark a particular position at the table. Usually "the button" refers specifically to the dealer button, used to mark the dealer position, or the player playing in that position. In games with a professional house-supplied dealer (who is not playing), this marks the player who acts in the dealer's position (who is dealt the last card and who is last to act in games where the order is fixed). This player is said to be "on the button."
A chip that identifies which player is in the "dealer" position.
The button denotes the player who is dealing the hand. After each hand the button moves one seat round in a clockwise direction. Being on the button is often perceived as being the best place as you get to bet last.
Also known as the dealer and the last player to receive their cards. They are also the last player to bet on each betting round which gives the player a considerable advantage.
Nominal dealer position in a game dealt by a house dealer or the player in that position.
This is a white acrylic disk which indicates which player is dealing. It is also used to refer to the player on the button. For example: "It was the button who raised."
a disk that is used to show who is the theoretical dealer.
The designated dealer who receives his cards last and bets last.
A symbol to designate which player is sitting in the dealer's position.
The dealer position, last to act on every round besides pre-flop.
A marker (white acrylic disk) to indicate who is the (nominal) dealer.
(1) A marker used to signify a theoretical dealer when there is a house dealer. (2) A second or third pair.
The button is a round plastic disc used to indicate the position of the dealer, mainly for use when there is an assigned dealer who is not in the game.
Big white marker in the shape of an ice-hockey puck the denotes the position of dealer in house dealt games.
A small puck with 'dealer' on it which moves round one player each hand. The action starts with this virtual dealer.