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Hold'em Memory Glossary - C

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CageThe cashier, where you exchange cash for chips and vice versa.
CallTo match, rather than raise, the previous bet.
Call ColdTo call a bet and raise at once.
Calling StationA player who invariably calls, and is therefore hard to bluff out.
CapIn limit games, the limit on the number of raises in a round of betting.
Card RoomThe room or area in a casino where poker is played.
Case CardThe last card of a denomination or suit, when the rest have already been seen.
Case ChipsA player's last chips.
Cash InTo leave the game and convert one's chips to cash, either with the dealer or at the cage.
Cash OutTo leave a game and cash in one's chips at the cage.
Caught SpeedingSlang for caught bluffing.
ChaseTo stay in against an apparently stronger hand, usually in the hope of filling a straight or flush.
CheckTo abstain from betting, reserving the right to call or raise if another player bets. Also another name for a chip.
Check-RaiseTo check and raise in a betting round.
Check In The DarkTo check before looking at the card or cards just dealt.
CheeseA very substandard starting hand.
Chip RaceAs the limits increase in tournaments, lower denomination chips are taken out of circulation. Rather than rounding odd chips up or down for each player, the players are dealt a card for each odd chip. The player with the highest card is given all the odd chips, which are then colored up.
ChopTo return the blinds to the players who posted them and move on to the next hand, if nobody calls the blind.
Cinch HandAn unbeatable hand; nuts.
Closed HandA hand in which all cards are concealed from the opponents.
Closed PokerGames in which all of the cards are dealt face down.
Coffee HousingAn attempt to mislead opponents about one's hand by means of devious speech or behavior.
ColdIf a player says his cards have "gone cold," he's having a bad streak.
Cold CallTo call a raise without having already put the initial bet into the pot.
Cold DeckA fixed deck.
Color UpTo exchange one's chips for chips of higher value, usually to reduce the number of chips one has on the table.
ComePlaying a worthless hand in the hope of improving it is called "playing on the come."
Come HandA hand that has not yet been made, requiring one or more cards from the draw to complete it.
Come Over The TopTo raise or reraise an opponent's bet.
Commit FullyTo put in as many chips as necessary to play your hand to the river, even if they're your case chips.
Community CardsIn flop games and similar games, the cards dealt face up in the center of the table that are shared by all active players.
ConnectorsConsecutive cards which might make a straight.
CounterfeitIn Omaha Hi/Lo, when the board pairs your key low card, demoting the value of your hand.
CowboySlang for a King.
CrackTo beat a powerful hand.
Crying CallA call with a hand you think has a small chance of winning.
Cut It UpTo split the pot after a tie.
Cut The PotTo take a percentage of each pot for the casino running the game.

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