Used mostly in lowball games, where royal cards are rarely helpful.
Was popular in California before legal rulings made traditional stud legal there.
In position A player is said to be in position, if the player is last to act on the flop, turn and river betting rounds.Straddle bet See main article: straddle bets straight Poker hand: see main article: straight When used with an amount, indicates that the speaker is referring to the total bet, versus the amount being raised.High-low, high-low split See main article: high-low split hijack seat The seat to the right of the cutoff seat, or second to the right of the button.Flop poker two players Turn River Flip, created by BooG690 on September 2, 2009.Hand history The textual representation of a hand (or hands) played in an Internet cardroom.Drag light To pull chips away from the pot to indicate that the player does not have enough money to cover a bet.
See cheating in poker.
The worthless hand in question soft-play To intentionally go easy on a player.
Where players have agreed to take such action together, this is a form of collusion.
Fifth street The last card dealt to the board in community card games.
Compare with dry board wheel A five-high straight (A-2-3-4-5 with the ace playing low.So be sure to have a clear strategy of how to play your pocket pairs.Bully A player who raises frequently to force out more cautious players, especially one with a large stack for the size of the game 3 burn card, burn A card that is removed from the deal to prevent cheating.Check-raise Deceptive play whereby a player initially checks with the intention of raising should another player bet.Orbit A full rotation of the blinds at a table, equal to the number of people at the table.Center pot The main pot in a table stakes game where one or more players are all in chase To call a bet to see the next card when holding a drawing hand when the pot odds do not merit it To continue to play.I love playing suited cards, in case I flop a flush.Catch To receive needed cards on a draw.The winner of the pot collects the rock and is obligated to use it in turn.Irregular declaration An action taken by a player in turn that is not a straightforward declaration of intent, but that is reasonably interpreted as an action by other players, such as pointing a thumb up to signify a raise.