A player that is typically weak and passive, and who calls hands down as opposed to raising or folding them. These types of players will almost always pay off a better hand but are usually impossible to bluff.
Passive player who calls constantly with weak hands, and often calls when he should raise. The weakest style of play there is, because it not only leaks money, it fails to capitalize on strong hands. Aka loose passive. Card rankings The thirteen different cards have hierarchical values. From strongest two weakest: ace, king, queen, jack, ten, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2. The ace can also count as a one for the purpose of making a low straight: ace 2, 3 ,4, 5.
A term used to describe how a player plays his/her hands. Someone that is a calling station is in a lot of hands but doesn't do much raising, just calls. A calling station is always welcome in a poker game; this player will pay you off when you have big hands. A calling station will also catch back door flushes, straights and a lot of one-card outs so it can be aggravating, but in the long run a calling station will lose their money in the game of poker.
Type of player who will call a lot. They do not think about other people's hands, but rather just want to see if their hand will win. They do not bluff much and are not aggressive; they just call a lot.
a player inclined to call any bet, rather than either folding or raising. A calling station typically plays too many pots and plays them weakly, with the term “calling station” usually used derogatorily
A calling station is a player who calls a lot. This player usually just stays in to see if his or her hand will win, often drawing long odds to make a real hand. A calling station does not bluff much and is generally not aggressive.
A calling station is a player who calls a lot. They do not consider other players hands, they just stay in to see if their hand will win, often drawing long odds to make a real hand. They do not bluff much and are generally not aggressive, they just call a lot.
Calling station is a poker term used to describe someone who consistently calls bets and rarely (if ever) raises, regardless of the strength of his/her hand. In Texas hold 'em and other community card poker games, calling stations are sometimes rewarded for their poor play by lucky cards that come on the board, often encouraging unskilled players to overestimate their skill level. Many calling stations can be found on low stakes tables both on the internet in online poker rooms and in traditional bricks and mortar card rooms.