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Play the Rush

  1. Verb

    To become more loose and aggressive after a streak of wins.

    EXAMPLE: "When I first began playing the game, I really used to play the rush. I got so caught up in winning that it became harder to fold and sit out for a pot, and I just felt like I couldn't lose."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues

    RELATED TERMS: Aggressive, Loose, On a Rush, On Tilt, Passive, Running Good, Rush, Tight




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