A standard game where players can come and go as they choose.
A ring game is an ongoing poker game with fixed blinds that runs as long as there are players willing to take a seat. This is as opposed to a tournament which has a specific start time, increasing blinds as it progresses, and ends when one player has accumulated all the chips. Ring games are also often referred to as Cash games as the chips in play represent real money as opposed to Tournament chips which represent an artificial amount.
A regular poker game as opposed to a tournament. It is also called a live game since players are playing with chips that are equal to their money.
A poker game that is not a tournament.
A cash game opposed to tournaments.
cash game, distinguished from a tournament or one-on-one.
Regular poker game played with real money (as opposed to a Tournament).
A single poker table, with anywhere from 2 to 10 players, where everyone competes for hard currency. You can come and go as you please in these games. Some brick-and-mortar players call this game form money play.
a cash game so that chip should be equal to what the denom says
a game that is played by children who form a circle (the "ring")
This is a live poker game (rather than a tournament where players can come and go as they please).
A single table poker game.
Playing a game at the regular poker tables as opposed to a tournament.
a game that does not end like a tournament but rather runs in perpetuity (online at least) which players can leave and join at any time. Blinds are also static
A cash game and not a tournament. The difference between the two is that a tournament is playing with chips towards a cash prize, where as a ring game is playing simply with cash.
A normal game for stakes versus a free game or tournament play.
See 'cash game'.
As opposed to a tournament or a satellite, a ring game is played directly for money. Compare to cash game.
A regular poker game as opposed to a tournament. Also referred to as a "live" game since actual money is in play instead of tournament chips.
A normal, live game which is not a tournament.
A non-tournament game.
Standard non-tournament poker game. Also called a live game.
poker game that is not a tournament. Sometimes known as "live game", since real money is used and not casino chips.
Any non-tournament, average game.
Any cash game, as opposed to tourneys or sng's. A game where you win as you go.
A regular cash game, as opposed to a tournament game.
A standard poker game as opposed to a tournament.
A game with nine to eleven players, the optimum size for Hold 'Em poker
A "live" game that is not a tournament.
Refers to all games that are not in tournament form.
Standard nontournament poker game.
A real money game of poker at a regular table as opposed to a tournament game that is player with a preset number of chips
A standard real money game as opposed to a tournament.
A live game that is not part of a tourney.
A poker game where players can sit down or leave the game whenever they want.
any game that's not a tournament.
A bunch of people playing poker for money at a table in a cardroom. The term ring game is used to differentiate such games from tournaments.
Poker game where all the available seats are occupied.
A cash game (or side game) rather than any type of tournament. Players may join or leave at any time and can choose how much to sit down with, unlike in a tournament.
This is a regular poker game, as opposed to a tournament. It is also referred to as a "live" game given that actual money is used, instead of tournament chips.
a regular poker game rather than a tournament. Can be referred to as a live game because actual money is used rather than chips.
A normal real money table game, as opposed to a tournament game.
A normal game, as opposed to a tournament game or a non-money game with your uncles.
A full game.
A game with 9 to 11 players, the optimum size for Hold 'Em Poker.
Ring games, also called cash games or live action games, are poker games played with "real" chips and money on the line, usually with no predetermined end time. In contrast, a poker tournament is played with tournament chips (worth nothing outside the tournament) with a definite end condition (usually, only one player left).