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Encyclopedia > Pot (poker)

The pot in poker refers to the sum of money that players wager during a single hand or game, according to the betting rules of the variant being played. It is likely that the word pot is related to or derived from the word jackpot.


At the conclusion of a hand, either by all but one players folding (discarding their hands), or by showdown, the pot is won or shared by the player(s) holding the winning cards.


Sometimes a pot can be split between many players - this is particularly true in high-low games where not only the highest hand can win, but under appropriate conditions, the lowest hand will win a share of the pot.


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Poker - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1182 words)
Poker is a card game, the most popular of a class of games called vying games, in which players with fully or partially concealed cards make wagers into a central pot, which is awarded to the player or players with the best combination of cards or to the player who makes an uncalled bet.
Poker is played in hundreds of variations, but most follow the same basic pattern of play.
Poker’s popularity experienced an unprecedented spike in the first years of the twenty-first century, largely because of the introduction of online poker and the invention of the hole-card camera, which turned the game into a spectator sport.
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