CEO Poker Tour on the Hunt
If there is one thing a CEO knows, it is how to hire people who are good at their job - so it makes sense that the CEO Poker Tour would be seeking a marketing company in order to generate sponsorships, and the word is out that is exactly what they are doing. The CEO Poker, an Executive Games company, is looking for sponsorships in a few key areas, including automobiles, fashion, retail, water, energy drinks, beer, hard liqueur, credit cards and beer. The marketing firm brought in will be required to bring in sponsors, the CEO Poker points out.
Executives enticed to play poker
CEO poker tournament this October…
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- FAMILY POT - A pot where all of the players at the table are participating, even after each has had an opportunity to act.
- EXPECTATION - The long-run [dis-]advantage of a given situation, specifically without reference to any particular outcome. I.e., what you figure to win [lose] on average after a large number of repetitions of the same situation.
- FLUSH - A poker hand consisting of five cards all one suit.
- STACKED [DECK] - A deck that has been arranged to give one player a huge advantage. Also: RIGGED.
- BOAT - A FULL HOUSE, three of a kind and a pair.
- QUARTER -  Twenty-five dollars, often symbolized by a green casino chip.  To divide half a pot between two tying hands. In split pot games, a player who "ties" another player for their half of the pot is said to be "quartered". One might say "I didn't bet my A-2 because I figured I'd get quartered".