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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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The button indicates the player that has position over all other players, except for the pre-flop street. It moves clockwise after each hand.
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The last table of a poker tournament.
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the "study of strategic decision making".
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Game theory optimal play, or GTO, refers to a strategy that is unexploitable. If 2 players following game theory optimal played against each other forever, neither would win money in the end. Any de…
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Questions about taxation in Poker.
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.
a mathematical formula for calculating the deviation of random data points from the average.
Straddle, the act of doubling the blinds.
ICM stands for Independant Chip Model
pots were a larger blind is posted by the winner of the pot. This is called killing the pot or the kill.
a poker book about no-limit hold'em cash game strategy and theory by Tri "SlowHabit" Nguyen.
Questions relating to poker movies.
Wild Bill Hickok's hand before he was shot in the back of the head by Jack McCall on August 2, 1876.
American Sign Language
Slang for the best possible hand.
Pineapple Poker, variant of poker using three card hands, Pineapple Texas Hold'em or Pineapple open faced Chinese poker
A pair in the hidden part of a players hand.
Questions about poker history.
General questions related to online poker rooms.
A small raise in relation to the pot size in order to steal the pot with reverse psychology.
If a player has J-high in the back hand and does not foul he or she receives 20 units from all other players.
Standard Deviation a mathematical principle.