To split a pot because of a tie, split-pot game, or player agreement. To play a game for a short time andCash out; see hit and run. A request made by a player to a dealer after toking a large-denominationChip that he wishes the dealer to makeChange. ToChop blinds.
Agreeing to prorate a pot and split it. Chop the blinds. If the whole table folds, the blinds (if the house permits) can each take back their checks without showing hands. At the end of a tournament, the final two players might agree to chop the prize money in a ratio according to the size of their stacks.
If everyone has folded to the blinds, they can "chop" or take back their blinds and not play the hand. If two players agree to chop, then this agreement stands while they play side by side, since it would be unfair to change their minds when they have a good hand.
An (Upper Extremities) Nia Move in which you chop the air with the edge, or "blade side," of your hand, as if you were executing a karate chop.
To return the Blind Bets to the players who Posted them, when no other players elect to Call in a Poker game's first Betting Round. The game then moves on to the next Hand. Also referred to "Splitting the Pot".
Chop can mean to split the blinds in a live poker game; or sometimes the chop is slang for the rake or house money.
A chop essentially means to split the pot. It can be used in two situations: 1. If everyone folds to the blinds, the blinds may elect to have the blind money returned to them and proceed to the next hand. 2. A chop can refer to just splitting the pot between the players. Either the players hands are tied or the players agree to simply split the pot in half instead of seeing whose hand wins (this occurs rarely and only if the pot is very large and the players hands are of almost equivalent value).
1. To split a pot. 2. An agreement between the blinds in a ring game that if all other players fold, they do not pursue the hand any farther and take back their blinds.
An agreement between the two players with blinds to simply take their blinds back rather than playing out the hand if nobody calls or raises in front of them.
In some poker rooms, if all players except for the blinds have thrown their hands away prior to the flop, the two remaining players have the option of taking their blinds back and proceeding to the next hand with no further action.
To give back the blinds to those who posted them and play the next hand. It could also refer to the splitting of a pot or tournament prize pool.
To return the blinds to the players who posted them and move on to the next hand, if nobody calls the blind.
Splitting the pot or re-dividing up the prize money in a tournament.
the meaning of chop is to split the pot.
To return the blinds to the players who posted them and move on to the next hand if no other players call. It also means to "split the pot".
When the blinds are returned to the players who posted them and then the next hand is played.
divide the pot.
To split the pot because you have the same hand.
When no players act, the players acting in the blinds sometimes have the option to ‘chop'. You will find this in land based card rooms only, even then, not everywhere.
See split pot.
This refers to a split pot, when the pot is divided among players still in the game.
When all players have folded apart from the two blind players, they sometimes have the option to 'chop', meaning they both take back their blind bets and move onto the next hand.You will find this in land based card rooms only, but it is fairly uncommon.
Two or more players who have the same / equivalent hands at the showdown split the money in the pot evenly.
To return the Blinds to the players who posted them and proceed to the next hand (when no player wants to play the hand).
This neither refers to some Karate move nor to the action of cutting up something or someone"Chop" means to split a pot because of a tie, split-pot game, or player agreement. It also refers to play a game for a short duration and cash out. Alternately, known as "hit and run". A request made by a player to a dealer after taking a large-denomination chip that he wishes the dealer to make change. To chop blinds.