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All-In

When a player bets all his/her chips.

Usage: In table stakes games, a player may not go into his pocket for more money during a hand. If he runs out, a side pot is created in which he has no interest. However, he can still win the pot for which he had the chips. Example: "Poor John - he made quads against the big full house, but he was all-in on the second bet."

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