refers to the chips a play has to play with during the hand. This term is used more often in tournaments where big stacks have a bigger advantage over the smaller stacks.
Example: A player with a big stack has more ammo than a player with a small stack. The big stack can push around the table, forcing more players to fold. This results in that player gaining even MORE ammo.
Created by BooG690
on 18 Sep, 2009
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