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Is there a term for when all players - or all but one player - have gone all in, and all hole cards are revealed before the remaining cards are dealt?

Edit: to clarify, I don't mean all players on the table are all in. I just mean when all players remaining in the pot are all in. The term i was looking for is for when the hole cards are revealed before the flop/turn/river is dealt because no further betting can take place.

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Maybe family showdown? It's made up but would suit this situation. –  Valentin Grégoire Jul 1 at 9:19
    
The only term that comes to my mind is: unlikely ;) –  mah Jul 1 at 12:26
    
@mah I dont mean all players on the table are all in. I just mean all players remaining in the pot e.g. if there are three players still in and two/three of them are all-in –  Ryan Jul 1 at 17:23
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The only one I've heard is something like "x-way all-in", for example "There's 4-way all-in".

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The term for the end of a hand is usually called a "Showdown".

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