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Basic Poker Terminology

gambling A Priori Odds

The likely hood for an event to occur.


The game with the highest stakes in the house.


In a stud game any pair appearing in the first two dealt cards (Backed Up).

Blood Poker

A poker game with higher stakes which is mainly played for money and generally not for social reasons


A Seven-card stud game where the hand with the highest spade would win half the pot.

Cold Deck

(1) A deck from which only bad hands are being dealt to players (2) A deck which is already stacked


(1) A person who is dealing the cards in a game. (2) The person who operates a game in a casino.

Edge Odds

The advantage and disadvantage available to a player in comparison to other players.


(1) A cheating player. (2) A player who trying to win pots by intentionally miscalling his hand.

Ghost Hand

A hand reappearing again on the next deal due to inadequate shuffling.

Hit and Run

A player who has only been at a table for a short time and leaves after winning a big pot is said to have hit and run.

Indirect Bet

An opponent who bets or raises for a player who is sandbagging a good hand.

Lame Brain Pete

Similar to Cincinnati, but the lowest exposed card and all other cards similar to it are wild.


A pile of discarded cards in front of the dealer, or putting cards in the pile of discards.

New-Breed Player

A player in a casino or a poker room using advanced concepts.

One-End or One-Way Straight

A straight with four cards which is only open on one end like jack, queen, king, ace.

Perfect Low

An lowball hand which cannot be beaten, like ace, two, three, four, five, or ace, two, three, four, six, or two, three, four, five, seven according to the game which is being played.

Proctor and Gamble

A game that has four cards in every hand and three cards on the table which are rolled and the last card and other similar cards would be wild.

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An expression used for confirming the whereabouts of a player who leaves a game due of heavy losses.

Seven-Card Flip

A Seven-card game where the first four cards are given to a player facing down and then a player needs to turn any two up.

Squeeze Bet or Raise

To place a bet or to raise to a strong hand for getting more money from another player who has been holding a weaker hand is known as placing a squeeze raise or a squeeze bet

Table Change

If a player would like to play at another table other than the one where he is currently at he can ask the floor for a table change.


(1) The anteing ace. (2) The pair with the higher value-- e.g., queens and tens is queens up.