Poker Dictionary
Friday, April 10, 2020
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The word of the day for 10 April, 2020:


A prize awarded to any player who knocks a specified player or group of players out of a tournament.

When a prize is granted to the player who knocks out another pre-determined player, the player that must be knocked out.

Bounty tournament; a tournament in which there is a prize for knocking out a pre-determined player or for knocking out any of a number of pre-determined players.

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