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Poker Terms:

Ace high

A five-card hand containing an Ace but no pair.

aces full

A Full House with Aces over any pair.

aces up

Two pairs one of which is an Ace.

alligator

Plays well under pressure or nerves of steel.

base deal

Dealing cards from the bottom of the pack rather than the top. A form of cheating.

beat the board

A hand that can beat any exposed card or card that are shown in any player 's up-cards around the table.

buried pair

In stud games a pair in the hole.

card mechanic

An expert who manipulates cards for the purpose of cheating.

card mob

Two or more players working in a team to cheat other players.

cinch hand

An unbeatable hand.

cheese

A very substandard starting hand.

declaration

In high-low Poker, declaring by the use of coins Or chips whether one is aiming to win the high or the Low end of the pot or both.

deuce

A two which is the lowest rank card in high poker.

deuce to seven

A two to seven without a flush being the best hand.

even money

A bet in which you hope to win the same amount as you bet.

expectations

The profit or loss you would expect to make on an average Number of bets.

fast

Aggressive.

fifth street

The fifth card dealt in stud poker or the final card in games with Five community cards.

give action

Betting, calling, raising or re-raising.

gunshot-gutshot

An inside straight draw.

heads up

A one on one poker match.

high low

A poker game in which the highest and lowest hands share the Pot.

high spade bet

A side bet made in Draw Poker in which the hand containing the Highest spade wins.

high society

The highest denomination of chips in a particular establishment.

isolate

Bet strongly in an attempt to make everyone fold except one

jam

To bet the maximum.

joker

The fifty-third card in the pack used as a wild card

key card

The one card that will make your hand complete.

key hand

In a tournament the hand that proves to be a turning point for Better or worse.

long odds

The odds for an event that has a small chance of occurring.

look

To call the final bet before showdown.

mark

A sucker.

marker

An I.O.U.

mechanic

Someone who cheats by manipulating the cards while dealing.

meet

To call.

nit

To bide your time whilst waiting for a playable hand.

one gap

A hold-me starting hand in which the two cards are two apart In rank.

omaha

A flop game similar to Hold-em. Each player is dealt four Cards instead of two and a hand must be made using two Pocket cards plus three community cards.

paint

Face card.

razz

Seven-card stud lowball.

ring game

A regular poker game as opposed to a tournament.

see

To call.

sell

As in ‘sell a hand'. To bet less than the maximum when you Have a very strong hand, hoping players will call when They would not have called a maximum bet.

suited connectors

Sequential hold cards in the same suit.

trey

A three.

trips/triplets

Three of a kind.

underdog

A person or hand that is not favoured to win the pot.

under-raise

To raise less than the previous bet which is allowed if a Player is going all-in.

lue

Bet for value as opposed to bluffing.

walk

To be away from the table long enough to miss a few hands.

wheel

The lowest hand in lowball, A-2-3-4-5.

wild card

A card designated as a joker.

worlds fair

A big hand.

w.s.o.p

World Series of Poker

 

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