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Thursday, December 14, 2017
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The word of the day for 14 December, 2017:

Muck

Noun
The discard pile, including burn cards, folded cards, fouled cards, and cards discarded in order to draw others.

Verb
To discard one's hand without showing it, as allowed when folding, when winning due to all opponents folding, or when beaten by an opponent who revealed cards before you during the showdown.

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