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A small raise in relation to the pot size in order to steal the pot with reverse psychology.
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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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The aggregate amount of payouts, in reference to poker tournaments.
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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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To increase the size of another players bet.
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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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The skill of determining which hand beats another hand.
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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.
Standard Deviation a mathematical principle.
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If a player has J-high in the back hand and does not foul he or she receives 20 units from all other players.
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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.
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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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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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Questions about all poker software.
a mathematical formula for calculating the deviation of random data points from the average.
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The cards that a player receives from the dealer in the first round (e.g. pre-flop), without taking into account the community cards or the drawed cards (in the case of Draw poker variant).
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Computational mathematics for understanding odds and other playing percentages
Straddle, the act of doubling the blinds.
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the identity created by yourself based on your actions and your opponents interpretation of those actions.
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Questions about taxation in Poker.
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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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The study of words or phrases that have specific and established meanings in the context of poker.
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a poker variant in which each player receives two cards (hole cards) that are dealt face down to each player and then five community cards are placed face-up by the dealer.