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a stud-poker variant where each player starts with 2 face down cards and an up card, followed by 3 more up cards, and a final face down card. The winner is determined by the best 5 …
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calculated the same way as pot odds, but take into consideration estimated future betting.
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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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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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immediately moved to a new table after they finish their turn in the current hand.
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the identity created by yourself based on your actions and your opponents interpretation of those actions.
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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 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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Slang for the best possible hand.
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For questions regarding the ante or ante structure.
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Use when the question involves gaming law rather then house rules of the game.
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a variant of Chinese Poker. It is structured into three hands of descending value
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the point in a tournament at which the next player out will not win any money, but the rest of the players will win money or cash.
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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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The basic structure and mechanics of a Poker hand. IE What makes a poker hand a poker hand.
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The aggregate amount of payouts, in reference to poker tournaments.
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A bankroll refers to a balance of money that is used to pay for poker. For many recreational players, it is simply a part of their living expenses, but for many professionals it is kept completely se…
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cards that can take on any value in a hand. They may be extra cards in the deck (jokers), or certain standard cards in the deck may be designated wild (for instance, all 2s could be wi…
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No-Limit Variant; 100bb = ($)400. Currency is (Variable).
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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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(Variable).
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General questions related to online poker rooms.
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Questions about taxation in Poker.
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covers discussion for short, winner-takes-all tournaments in which the prize is determined by lottery; a prototypical example would be the Spin & Go format on Pokerstars.
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used for discussion of metagame considerations; i.e., discussion of aspects of the game outside of the formalized rules and structure.
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