The Nightly Turbo: World Poker Tour on FSN, World Series of Poker Coverage Continues, and More
We know you’re wondering what’s on the news tap for today. Well, the World Poker Tour has announced its latest partnership with FSN for television broadcasting rights (and we know you’re hoping for plenty of Royal Flush Girls coverage). On top of…
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- BAD GAME - Any game in which you figure to be the loser, because the other players are better than you.
- NICKEL - Five dollars, usually represented by a red casino check.
- FLUSH - A poker hand consisting of five cards all one suit.
- PROP - Also PROPOSITION PLAYER. An employee of the gaming establishment whose primary purpose is to keep enough players at a table to prevent breaking up the game for lack of players. Unlike SHILLs "props" make a small hourly wage but play with their own money, winning or losing based on their skill.
- ASSAULT RIFLE - In Omaha, hole cards that are A-K-4-7 of any suit(s).
- QUALIFIER - A minimum standard that a hand must meet in order to win. Usually applied to the lowball side of a high-low split pot.