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Bicycle
A five high straight (A 2 3 4 5). Also known as a Wheel.

Case Card
The last card of a particular rank that has not been seen during a hand and is believed to be in the deck.

Chop Chop
Splitting the pot when equal hands are drawn.

Drawing Dead
Trying to make a particular hand that, even if it is made, cannot possibly win.

Free Roll
When you have the nuts with more cards to come.

Gut Shot
An inside straight draw. (ie: you hold A K J 10 7)

Kicker
The highest card in your hand that does not make a pair or trips.

Limp In
To call another players bet with a weak hand.

Muck
To fold and throw your hand into the discard pile; the discard pile itself.

Nuts
The best possible hand that can be made in any given situation of a game.

Playing the Overs
An agreement among the players left in a game who want to play a higher limit.

Rock
A poker player who has a reputation for playing consistently low risk poker.

Rounder
A poker player who plays a game nearly every night.

Rush
Winning several poker games close together in a short period of time.

Slow Play
To play your hand in a much weaker manner than it would normally call for in order to disguise its strength for a future betting round.

Under the Gun
Playing in the first position to the left of the dealer.

Ladbrokes Poker
One of the top players in the industry and based on the foundations of the ever so popular Ladbrokes name you can't really go wrong. On opening a real money poker account Ladbrokes will match your first chips purchase up to $100. You can also receive another $100 just by referring a friend, can't be bad! Top marks for Ladbrokes.
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