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actions, generally involuntary, that can reveal hidden information. For instance, a person may look away from a flop if it didn't help their hand - they would like that information to stay …
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a series of poker tournaments held internationally. It was founded in Las Vegas, Nevada (1970).
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the equivalent of a mathematical set, consisting of different stating hand combinations.
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To increase the size of another players bet.
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A type of tournament that begins when a specified number of players have registered. These tournaments come in two forms: single-table and multi-table.
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In probability theory, the expected value (or EV or expectation) of a random variable is the weighted average of all possible values that this random variable can take on.
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drawing if they have a hand that is incomplete and needs further cards to become valuable. The hand itself is called a draw or drawing hand.
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Questions about poker books and references to specific tactics, strategies and rules advocated in the book.
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A player with a low chip count
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The process of distributing the cards. May also include other duties related to the game such as managing the action around the table, insuring bets and the pot are correct etc. The dealer may also n…
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Trademark for a commercial player tracking software program.
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No-Limit Variant; 100bb = ($)100. Currency is (Variable).
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A variant of hold'em poker were each player is dealt four cards in their hand with five community cards. Player must use two cards in hand and three cards on board to make their best hand.
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A variant of Omaha also known as Omaha High-Low, Omaha 8-or-Better, or O8.
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A pair in the hidden part of a players hand.
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Questions about poker history.
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a poker tracker and analysis software.
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a players expected share of the pot, expressed either as a percentage (probability of winning) or expected value (amount of pot * probability of winning).
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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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immediately moved to a new table after they finish their turn in the current hand.
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1-2nl refers to a no limit betting structure where the small blind is $1 and the big blind is $2. The minimum bet at any time is $2, and the maximum bet has no limit (although generally "Table Stakes…
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the method by which information is visually relayed to the player as part of a game's user interface. It takes its name from the head-up displays used in modern …
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calculated the same way as pot odds, but take into consideration estimated future betting.
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a variant of Chinese Poker. It is structured into three hands of descending value
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dealt five cards face down and may discard than "draw" new cards into the hand to replace those discarded.
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the identity created by yourself based on your actions and your opponents interpretation of those actions.
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a poker game type between 2 - 360 players, which takes usually around from 20 minutes to 2 hours to finish, depending in format. Players pay a fixed buy-in for their e…
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The person dealing the cards (shuffling, pitching, controlling the game etc.), or when a center dealer is used, the player last to act with the dealers button.
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The last table of a poker tournament.
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