2012 Aussie Millions Day 18: Oliver Speidel Wins the Main Event
A recap from Day 18 of the 2012 Aussie Millions. Oliver Speidel wins the Main Event for $1.6 million; Dominykas Karmazinas captures $25K Shootout title.
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- LATE POSITION - For a particular betting round, a player who does not have to act until most of the other players have acted.
- FULL OF - Describes a full house. "Fives full of queens" is 5-5-5-Q-Q.
- STRAIGHT FLUSH - A hand consisting of 5 cards in sequence and the same suit.
- PAY STATION - A player who rarely folds, thus who frequently calls better hands and loses. Almost as much fun as a LIVE ONE.
- SHORT-STACKED - Playing with a only a small amount of money, thus limiting one's risk and reward.
- DRAW -  A class of poker games characterized by players being dealt 5 cards face-down and later having the opportunity to replace some of the original 5. "Draw poker" and "Five-card draw" are examples of usage.  In stud and Hold'em games, the set of cards that will be dealt later can be collectively called "the draw".  To discard some number of cards and have dealt an equal number of replacements.