(verb) A slang term originated by Phil (The Unabomber) Laak that means one has lost all of their chips at a poker table, hence the broke player is left with only the felt table top in front of them.
Phil was chip leader, and felted Antonio when Antonio put all of his chips in with two pair vs Phil's full house.
A poker term for having a pair of Aces, usually a pocket pair. All other letters on cards are consonants (K for King, Q for Queen and J for Jack) but the A for Ace is the only vowel.
It is the best pre-flop hand in Texas Hold'em.
Ace/Ace is also referred to as "pocket rockets," "weapons of mass destruction," "American Airlines," and "bullets."
The short stack under-the-gun shoved all of his chips in, and the guy on the button shoved as well. I peeked at my cards, saw vowels, and eagerly shoved all my chips in as well. How could I not go all-in with vowels there?