|| The likelihood
that a specific event will occur.
|| A game where
players are dealt 4 cards face down. The players
must use two of the four cards and two from community
|| Variation of
Omaha where there is a winner for the best high
hand and one for the best low hand.
|| The player who
made the first voluntary bet.
|| A hand
with which the betting can be started . Openers
applies to games that require a minimum card
rank to start the betting.
|| In Hold'em, a pocket
pair that is higher than any card on the board
(e.g. you have pocket Jacks and the flop is 986).
|| Cards that can improve your
hand. For example, if you have 4 diamonds to
a flush there are 9 diamonds (13-4) that can
|| A hand that has four cards
to a straight, where the one card you need to complete the straight is
at the beginning or the end of the run.
||Two cards of the
|| A poker term to
describe a hand that does not need any draws.
E.g. receiving a flush from the deal.
||In Texas Hold'em,
a term describing a hand consisting of two hole cards of the same
rank. A face down pair.
|| Four of a kind.
|| The act of increasing the
amount of the prior wagers.
|| The chips taken from the pot
by the casino as compensation for hosting/dealing
|| In stud or hold'em,
the final card dealt (face up card).
|| An ace
high straight flush.
|| In a game with multiple
blind bets, the smallest blind. See Blind. A
blind that is half the amount of the blind is
called a half blind.
|| A pot divided evenly between
the winners when there is a tie.
||A hand with 5 cards
that have consecutive ranks.
| Straight Flush
||A hand with 5 cards
that have consecutive ranks, all with same suit.
|| A game played with
exposed cards (up cards) and with one or more
concealed cards known as hole cards (down cards).
||Rules in which the
betting and raising is limited to the money a player has on the table in front of
|| A tell is a term that describes
anything readable about a player that give away
information about the quality of their hand.
Tells include a players actions, verbal
behavior, expressions or body language.
where each player receives two cards (face
down). Five communal cards are then dealt. Players
must build their best five card hand from the
|| In Texas Hold 'Em, the
sixth card dealt which is the fourth communal
|| The amount taken by the house
for running a game. See also Rake.
||A special card that can be
labeled whatever suit and rank the possessor