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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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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.
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Tournaments refer to poker games where players play until they run out of chips, with the last person having chips being the winner, the second to last taking second place, and so-on. There is no dir…
a form of boast or insult commonly heard in competitive situations. It is often used to intimidate the opposition, but can also be used in a humorous spirit.