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Three-Quarter

  1. Verb

    To distribute the pot in two portions, with one portion having three-fourths of the total and another section having the remaining one-fourth of the total.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: This term applies only in high-low split games. Example: In a high-low split game, Player A has Ah-2h-3h-4h-6h and Player B has As-2d-3s-4c-6d. Player A wins the high pot with the Ace-high hearts flush, and Players A and B split the low pot with their hands A-2-3-4-6.

    EXAMPLE: "I had a really good high hand and a decent low hand, but ended up three-quartering the pot when I tied for low."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues




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