Nothing, as in That last bluff
Nothing, as in That last bluff was with total air, or I caught air on the river. all in Having bet all of your chips in the current hand. See main article: all in. angle A technically legal, but borderline unethical, play. For example, deliberately miscalling one's own hand to induce a fold, or placing odd amounts of chips in the pot to confuse opponents about whether you mean to call or raise. A player employing such tactics is called an "angle shooter".
ante A forced bet required,
ante A forced bet required, in some types of poker, of all players before the hand begins. See main article: ante. ante off In tournament play, to force an absent player to continue paying antes, blinds, bring-ins, or other forced bets so that the contest remains fair to the other players. Go ahead and take that phone call. We'll ante you off until you get back. Also "blind off". any two, any two cards, ATC An expression used in Texas hold 'em to say that a player's cards do not matter in a decision. An aggressive player might “raise any two”, a loose player might “play any two”.