Bad Beat: when a good hand is beaten by a lucky draw.
Backdoor: if you are going for one thing and by pure luck you are able to make another better hand.
Backraise: this when a player who first calls, re-raises.
Bankroll : this is amount of money you have, not just what you are playing with but in total.
Bet: when you place your chips you bet.
Bet Odds: a calculated bet that is in favour of the bet you placed.
Bet the Pot/Pot Bet: when a player equals the total amount in the pot as a bet.
Bike: a hand consisting of A,2,3,4 and 5.
Big Blind: a blind bet that is placed by the player second to the dealer, clockwise.
Big Slick: a poker hand that has an ace and a king in it.
Blank(s): useless card(s).
Blind: when a bet is placed without seeing any cards.
Blind Raise: when a bet is raise without seeing the cards.
Bluff: make other players believe you have a good hand when you do not.
Boardcards: the playing cards that are dealt face up in a game, community cards.
Broadway: a straight, A,K,Q,J, and a 10.
Bring In: the player who has to strat the betting when he/she has the lowest card.
Broomcorn’s Uncle: The person who says they are broke.
Bullets: when a player has a pair of aces.
Bump (up): raise.
Button: a small piece of plastic that moves clickwise around the table to indicate who is the dealer.
Buy-in: the minimum amount of cash needed to be able to sit at a specific table.