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Open-ended Straight Draw

  1. Noun

    A sequence of four cards of consecutive rank in which there are two possible card ranks that will complete a straight; as opposed to a one-ended straight draw or an inside straight draw.

    EXAMPLE: "I had an open-ended straight draw. When my opponent made a small raise, I decided to call. With eight outs for the straight and a pot that was already a decent size, the odds were worth it."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues




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