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Alternate Term: Jammed


    1. Adjective

      Large; that includes a significant number of bets, raises, or reraises.

      EXAMPLE: "I drew out on the river and won. It was great. The pot was jammed."

      APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues

      USAGE: Describes a pot.

      RELATED TERMS: Monster, Ram and Jam

    2. Verb

      To bet, raise, or reraise frequently within a hand or by a significant amount; to wager aggressively.

      EXAMPLE: "I caught a boat on the flop and made a huge raise. I got two callers. One of them had a decent hand but the other caller didn't have anything. You'd figure the player with nothing would've gotten out of the way when I started jamming it."

      APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues

      SYNONYMS: Ram and Jam

      RELATED TERMS: Aggressive, Maniac

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