Annual Poker Run Benefits Local Teen

Hundreds of riders came together in West Richland to support a teenager badly hurt in a dirt bike accident.

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Sat, April 11th, 2009

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  • OPEN-HANDED - A category of games characterized by a part of each player's hand being exposed.
  • TRIP - Three of a specific kind, as in "Trip sixes".
  • FAVORITE - Before all the cards are dealt, a hand that figures to be the winner. Ant: UNDERDOG.
  • LIVE [CARD] - In Stud, a card probably not held by other players.
  • TELL - Any personal mannerisms that reveal the quality of one's hand. E.g., constantly looking at one's hole cards is often a tell of a poor hand. (Some players, knowing this, will at times check their hole cards when they have a great hand and don't need to look.)
  • AMERICAN AIRLINES - In Hold'em, a pair of Aces in the hole. Better known (at least in rec.gambling) as POCKET ROCKETS.
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