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Questions relating to poker movies.
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No-Limit Variant; 100bb = ($)100. Currency is (Variable).
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No-Limit Variant; 100bb = ($)200. Currency is (Variable).
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No-Limit Variant; 100bb = ($)400. Currency is (Variable).
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(Variable).
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NLHE refers to the no-limit variant of Texas Hold 'Em
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A game played with a no-limit betting structure allows each player to raise the bet by any amount up to his entire remaining stake at any time (subject to the table stakes rules and any other rules ab…
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Odds refer to a ratio. This can take many forms - 2 examples are pot odds, which is the ratio of the amount in the pot vs. the amount to call, and implied odds, which is the ratio of the amount you t…
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A variant of Omaha also known as Omaha High-Low, Omaha 8-or-Better, or O8.
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played against remote opponents using software.
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a variant of Chinese Poker. It is structured into three hands of descending value
Questions about poker history.
General questions related to online poker rooms.
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a freeware probabilistic poker calculator that determines the odds of winning a Texas Hold'em hand using combinatorics.
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In pot limit poker games, a player can not bet more than the total amount currently in the pot.
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the ratio of the current size of the pot to the cost of a call.
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Pre flop refers to the period of time in a flop game (such as Texas Hold'Em or Omaha) before the community cards are dealt. It consists of the posting of any blinds or antes, the dealing of the cards…
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deals with computing probabilities for many commonly occurring events in the game of poker
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Questions about psychology in poker.
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the scaled commission fee, relative to the total size of a pot, taken by a cardroom operating a poker game.
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the equivalent of a mathematical set, consisting of different stating hand combinations.
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your net profit (or return) divided by the total amount you've spent (e.g in buy-ins). It's commonly stated as a percentage.
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Rules about all poker game types such as cash games, tournaments etc.
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immediately moved to a new table after they finish their turn in the current hand.
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A player with a low chip count
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unattainable by at least one active player, due to said player not having enough chips to call the full bet.