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İngilizce - Türkçe
her şey dahil
(Konuşma Dili) herşey dahil
(deyim) külçe gibi
(Konuşma Dili) bitkin düşmüş
(Bilgisayar) tümü içinde
her şey dahil
turşu gibi
(deyim) 1.her sey dahil 2.[kd] cok yorgun,bitkin
İngilizce - İngilizce
Alternative form of all in
To run out of chips while betting or calling In table stakes games, a player may not go into his pocket for more money during a hand If he runs out, a side pot is created in which he has no interest However, he can still win the pot for which he had the chips Example: "Poor Bob - he made quads against the big full house, but he was all-in on the second bet "
To run out of chips whilst the hand is still in play If a player runs out of money during a hand then a side pot is created in which he has no interest The pot which the player put money into can still be won if the player has the best hand The side pot created after he was all-in would then be won by the player with the winning hand
When you run out of chips during a hand, but don't wish to fold, you are all-in This means you have the potential to win a share of the pot up to and including your last contribution to that pot You cannot share in any bets added beyond that point These bets form a side-pot The all-in is also used for situations where a player in a hand loses connection to the server
When a player puts the last of their chips into a pot, that player is said to be all-in When playing table stakes (as in most places), an all-in player is not eligible to win any money bet above their final bet (the side pot) However, the all-in player will be eligible for the main pot, and therefore cannot be forced from the hand It's a shame you had to go all-in with your straight flush, because you could've gotten two or three more bets out of those guys
extremely tired
When a player bets all his/her chips : In online poker, you may be deemed "All-in" when you are disconnected (even if you have chips remaining)
A player is considered to be All-In when he/she bets all his/her remaining chips
With everything included
A player who is all in

Since she was against an all in, Jill had no reason to bet.

A hand where at least one player bets all of his or her chips
Being without any further money to bet, but remaining active in a hand

By betting his last $100, John was all in.

Very tired

Either the celebrated lilt of her voice was born in, or she had used it so much and so long that it might as well have been. She looked all in, no doubt of that, but the lilt was there.

fatigued, dead-tired, exhausted (Informal)
When a player puts his last chip or chips in the pot, he or she is all in for that pot If there is more action after that all in bet, the player that was all in is only eligible for the main pot, a side pot is created for the other players left in the hand
Refers to an issuer's interest rate after accounting for commissions and various related expenses
When a player puts the last of their chips into a pot, that player is said to be all-in
used to describe the total cost of something, or the total amount of money charged for something = inclusive all-in price/package/deal etc
Abbreviation for "all included", which refers to the issuer's interest rate after including commissions and other expenses
very tired; "was all in at the end of the day"; "so beat I could flop down and go to sleep anywhere"; "bushed after all that exercise"; "I'm dead after that long trip"



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