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In the Air

  1. Adjective

    That are being used in a tournament that has already started; in play; dealt.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The term is most often applied in tournaments, but may be applied in any newly started game.

    EXAMPLE: "We've got enough players for the game. Let's get the cards in the air."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues

    USAGE: Describes cards.




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