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What is All-In in Poker Terms?

In poker, going “All-In” describes a situation where a player puts all of their chips into the pot.

Once a player is all-in, they can no longer make any further bets during that hand.

If other players continue betting after someone is all-in, a separate side pot is created for those additional bets, which only the remaining players can compete for.

The player who is all-in can win the main pot if they have the best hand, but they cannot win any chips that were bet after they went all-in.

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