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Rabbit

  1. Noun

    In a shared card game when a hand ends before all community cards are revealed, any remaining undealt community card.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: For example: In a game of Texas Hold'em, one player quickly bets after the flop is revealed. The remaining players fold. Since they were not revealed during the hand, the turn and river are rabbits.

    EXAMPLE: "I folded a flush draw when my opponent made a big raise on the turn. I asked to see what the river card would have been, and after seeing it I'm glad I folded. The rabbit wouldn't have helped improve my hand."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues

    GAME CATEGORY: Shared Card Games

    RELATED TERMS: Community Cards, Flop, Rabbit Hunt, River, Turn

  2. Verb

    To rabbit hunt; to ask that any remaining undealt community cards be revealed when a hand ended before the showdown.

    EXAMPLE: "I sometimes like to rabbit, but don't do it very often because it slows the game down a bit. Other players get a little frustrated since it means more time that they're not playing."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues

    GAME CATEGORY: Shared Card Games

    SYNONYMS: Hunt, Rabbit Hunt

    RELATED TERMS: Community Cards, Flop, Fox Hunt, River, Turn

  3. Noun

    Fish; a player who is weak, unskilled, or who tends to lose.

    EXAMPLE: "I'm looking for a table full of rabbits."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues

    SYNONYMS: Fish

    ANTONYMS: Shark

    RELATED TERMS: Calling Station, Maniac




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