Created by LawDude on August 5, 2009


The amount of money that a player has in poker chips and cash (where cash plays) on the table. In live poker, in certain circumstances (for instance, if another player goes all-in), a player is entitled to ask for a chip count, and depending on casino policy, either the player or the dealer will count the chips.


"He shoved and I had him covered, but some of his chips were hidden, so I asked for a chip count."

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