Poker Dictionary
Wednesday, July 15, 2020
From A-Game to Zuke, the PokerZone Dictionary defines over 600 poker terms. View all poker terms »

The word of the day for 15 July, 2020:


That is inactive or ineligible to win the pot, either because it was fouled or folded.

That has no remaining outs; that retains a stake in the pot but that is weak with no possibility of improving enough to win on the showdown.

That do not remain in the deck; that have been fouled, have been folded, or are held by opponents.

That is particularly tight or passive; in which there is very little betting, raising, or reraising; as opposed to live.

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