Pair drawn to poker
Dan Zogman won 227,811 and the Heartland Poker Tournament title with a pair of fours. In the tournaments final hand of Texas Hold Em, his opponent had a queen and a three, and Zogman had a four and a nine. The flop included a three and a four, giving Zogman the higher pair.
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- SPLIT [THE POT] - To split the pot between two or more players. Related term: QUARTER.
- TOURNAMENT - A highly structured game involving potentially dozens of tables where all participants pay an entry fee and obtain a fixed number of chips. Once a tournament has started, additional players may not enter. As the game progresses players bust out and are eliminated until only one winner remains.
- WIRED [PAIR] - A pair in the hole. In 5-card stud, a door card that pairs the hole card.
- MITES AND LICE - A hand consisting of two pair, threes over twos.
- ROLLED UP - In seven-card stud, being dealt three of a kind in the first three cards.
- NO-LIMIT POKER - A game where there is no maximum bet; a player can wager any amount (perhaps above some minimum) up to whatever money is on the table in front of him.