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Fill up

  1. Verb

    To complete a full house; to have the final card required to hold a full house dealt to you or dealt as a community cards, thus making the hand.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: While the term fill is used generally for five card hands, fill up is specific to a full house.

    EXAMPLE: "I was drawing for a full house and filled up on the river."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues




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