Sandbagging: holding back when you know you have a very good hand.
Satellite: a pre tournament, the winner will go on for the larger tournament.
Scoop: when a player wins the whole pot.
Seating List: a waiting list for a table.
See: when a player calls a bet.
Seven Card Stud: a popular form of poker.
Seventh Street: the last betting round in 7 card stud.
Shills: a prop who keeps the pot going and starts the betting.
Short Buying: when a player buys more chips but not the maximum amount in a tournament.
Short-handed: when a table is not full.
Showdown: when all the players still in the game have to show their cards.
Side pot: another pot which is formed beside the main pot.
Sixth Street: the fourth betting round in 7 card stud.
Small Blind: the amount put in the pot by the player left of the dealer before any cards are dealt.
Soft Seat: a game where players at the table have a lack of skill.
Solid: a player who is tight.
Speed Limit: a pair of fives.
Split: when two or more players have the same hand and the pot is split.
Stack: a pile of chips.
Stay: when a player stays in the game by calling and not raising.
Steal Raise: when the player who bets as last raises to deter other players out of the game.
Steamrolling: when a player re-raises to get more money out of other players.
Straight: five consecutive cards.
Straight Flush: five consecutive cards of the same suit.
Stuck: a player who is losing in a game.