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  1. To place an object over one’s cards.
  2. To glance at one’s cards in such a manner as to prevent opponents or bystanders from viewing them.
  3. To make a bet that is intended to reduce the number of opponents remaining in the hand, thus increasing the percentage chance of winning on the showdown.
  4. When a player has already committed money or chips to the pot but has a weak or marginal hand, to call or raise after an opponent has bet.
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