See main article: bad beat.
In my experience, while it was unlikely for my flop bet to take it down, this turn bet has a better chance.
Cripple In some community card games, to cripple the deck means to have a hand that is virtually impossible for anyone else to catch.
Check To bet nothing.Because they play too many hands, they are too often caught with weak hands on the turn and river.Perfect The best possible cards, in a lowball hand, after those already named.See main article: kill game kitty A pool of money built by collecting small amounts from certain pots, often used to buy refreshments, cards, and.The last card is dealt face down with a final round of betting.4 drawing dead Playing a drawing hand that will lose even if successful Playing a hand that can never improve beyond the opponent's hand drawing live Not drawing dead; that is, drawing to a hand that will win if successful drawing thin Not drawing completely.A large pool of money collected by the house and awarded for some rare occurrence, typically a bad beat.But against the nitty folks who clog up 2-5 games these days, its not so nuts.Splash the pot To throw one's chips in the pot in a disorderly fashion.Outs See main article: out out of position, A player is said to be out of position, if they are either first to act, or are not last to act in a betting round.Dry Ace Soft Ace Ace Rag Wet Ace From Quiz: Poker Academy 102 (click to play it).
Stub The remainder of cards that have not been used during the active play of a particular game.
Two players call behind me, and the blinds fold.
But hitting the flop is something very different from stacking off.Also fox hunt raccoon A poor player.A lot of people dont bluff in multiway pots.Walk A situation where all players fold to the big blind.This is usually done to ensure an accurate finishing order to distribute prize money.Compare with steam to go The amount that a player is required to call in order to stay in the hand.Also buck or hat.See main article: ring game.Most often used in lower limit live games as a compromise between aggressive and passive play.
Street A street is another term for a dealt card or betting round.