family pot A deal in which every (or almost every) seated player called the first opening bet. fast Aggressive play. I was afraid of too many chasers, so I played my trips fast. Compare to "speeding". favorite A hand which when matched against another in a showdown has an advantage odds-wise over the other. A hand can be called a small or a big favorite depending on how much it is dominating the other. Contrast "underdog" where the situations are reversed. Favorites are usually used but not exclusively comparing how 2 hole cards do against 2 other hole cards pre-flop.
feeder In a casino setting,
feeder In a casino setting, a second or third table playing the same game as a "main" table, and from which players move to the main game as players there leave. Also called a "must-move table." felt The cloth covering of a online hold'em poker table, whatever the actual material. Metaphorically, the table itself: Doyle and I have played across the felt. Also used to refer to table felt made visible by being uncluttered with chips from a player having lost them all or taken all of an opponent's. I felted Carla when I filled up against her flush.