• June 18, 2021

Poker dictionary: Check

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What does it mean to check in poker?
*It basically means you pass and other players after you act. You are still very much in the hand though unlike folding. You still retain your cards and if they bet the action returns to you and you have to either call, raise or fold. If everyone decides to check, then the next round happens.
*Checking is what one does if they wish to pass the action to the next player, but keep their cards. Checking gives one the option to raise, call, fold or even check again later on in the betting round. When one checks, they do not have to put anything into the pot unless they are playing in a game with a big blind and/or a small blind. If the action is checked to a player in the blinds, they have the option to check or raise.
The universal sign for checking in poker is to tap the table with one’s hand.
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You’re the first to act in a game with antes. There are two things you can do:check (pass the bet) or you can bet . Let’s say you bet.
The next player (the one sitting on your left) can do three things: she can call or see your bet, which means she matches it exactly; she can raise the bet; or she can give up on her hand and fold or ” muck ” it.
This continues from player to player going around to the left. If someone raises a bet you made, when it comes back to you, you have the same options as everyone else: call, raise, or fold. The round of betting is over when everyone simply calls the last bet and all the players (who haven’t folded) have put in the same amount of money. A round of betting can also be “checked around” – meaning everyone checks and there’s no money put in the pot that round.
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