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Rolled up: In stud games when a player is dealt three of a kind in his first three cards. 18 1000 BEST POKER STRATEGIES AND SECRETS Runner: When the next card drawn is the perfect card to fit your hand. Rush: When a player wins an unlikely number of pots in a relatively short period of time. Sandbag: To slow-play a hand. Scare Card: A card that appears to hurt the strength of your hand by making your opponent’s hand stronger. Scoop: In games in which the pot can be won by high and low hands, to scoop the pot is to win both ways, with high and low, simultaneously.

Outs: The possibilities available to make your hand. Overcard: Any card that is higher than your opponent’s card. Overlay: The amount you can win versus the amount you invest. The more you can win on a small investment, the better the overlay. Overpair: A pair of high cards in your hand; or in flop games, one in your hand and another on the board. Example: You have a pair of 10s in the pocket in hold’em. The flop brings 9-7-3. You have an overpair. Paint: Any face card: a king, queen, or jack. Pass: To check or to fold.

15. Hand selection and which position you enter the pot from are very important in limit hold’em. Raising from any position with the top three hands, A-A, K-K, and Q-Q is always a good bet. LIMIT TEXAS HOLD’EM 27 16. A-A and K-K are worth a reraise if it has been raised when the action is on you. If you are in late position with A-A and the pot has been raised and reraised when the action gets to you, put in a third bet. At this point you have the nuts and need to play it thusly. 17. Other big hands such as K-A (big slick), JJ, Q-A, or 10-10 need to be played a bit more carefully.

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