REPORT: Full Tilt Poker, DOJ Agree on Forfeiture Agreement; RICO Suit Dismissed
Full Tilt Poker and the U.S. Department of Justice agree on forfeiture agreement.
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- KICKER TROUBLE - Not having as high a kicker as an opponent.
- DOOR [CARD] - A player's first upcard in stud games.
- FORCED BET - In some stud games a player may be required to make a bet to start the action on the first card. This is similar conceptually to blinds and antes, but in this case is dependent on the cards shown rather than player position. Usually the weakest hand is forced to bet.
- PASSED OUT. - A hand in which nobody opens. What happens next is a function of the game being played.
- EVEN-MONEY - A bet that pays off exactly the amount wagered. E.g., "Double or nothing" is an even-money bet.
- TRIPS - Three of a kind. In Hold'em the term SET is used when two of the three cards are hole cards.