Compare to "full bet rule", "half bet rule".
Compare to "full bet rule", "half bet rule". active player A player still involved in the pot. If there are side pots, an all-in player may be active in some pots, but not in others. add-on In a live game, to buy more chips before you have busted. In tournament play, a single rebuy for which all players are eligible regardless of their stack size. This is usually allowed only once, at the end of the rebuy period. The add-on often offers more chips per dollar invested than the buyin and rebuys. Compare with "rebuy". advertising To make an obvious play or expose cards in such a way as to deliberately convey an impression to your opponents about your style of play. For example, to make a bad play or bluff to give the impression that you bluff frequently (hoping opponents will then call your
legitimate bets) or to show only good hands to give the impression that you rarely bluff (hoping opponents will then fold when you bluff). aggressive, aggression The tendency for a player to open betting or raise rather than call or check. See main article: aggression. Compare to "loose", "tight", "passive". aggression factor (AF) A measure of a player's aggression, either in a particular betting round or over all betting rounds. It is calculated as follows: AF = (num. bets + num. raises) / num. calls. air In lowball, "giving air" is letting an opponent who might otherwise fold know that you intend to draw one or more cards to induce him to call.