Kentucky to Challenge Appeals Court Decision
January 27 - PPA expresses outrage that Kentucky authorities are spending more time and money to challenge last week’s online gambling domain decision.
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- Kentucky Supreme Court Seizure Ruling
- Kentucky Court Affirms Seizure of Poker Domain Names
- PPA Praises Kentucky Online Gaming Decision
- Kentucky Internet Gambling Decision May Come January 21st
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- IMEGA Refiles With the Kentucky Supreme Court
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- KICKER TROUBLE - Not having as high a kicker as an opponent.
- OVERPAIR - In Hold'em, a pair in the hole that is larger than any community card on the board.
- PAT HAND - In draw poker, a hand that does not need any more cards. Specifically, a straight, flush, full house or straight flush. One might bluff and represent a pat hand but actually hold something else.
- PAY OFF - Calling a bet with little expectation of winning, unless the opponent is bluffing.
- LATE BLIND - In addition to "regular" blinds, some games allow a player (particularly a new one) to post a blind bet in return for the right to enter the game immediately and act last on the first betting round. The amount of the blind is determined by house rules, usually somewhere between the last blind and double the last blind. It is frequently a LIVE BLIND.
- FULL OF - Describes a full house. "Fives full of queens" is 5-5-5-Q-Q.