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Discussion in 'The Poker Talk Corner' started by Dmoney644, Apr 21, 2009.
All you need to know about poker terms and lingo my dear:
OMG.....gonna need Marina's LEO
for this. Damn you D, I don't need
any homework tonight. rof
chit, just realized D making fun of me.
k, I'm gonna learn this stuff and kick some
butt in Poker. who wants to be my tutor?
and D, you aren't it!!!!
Me? Make Fun Of You? Nah Not Me? :lmao:
These are all real poker terms and you can really learn the talk at least if you can't walk the walk lol
here's another lesson, the most important:
Poker Hand Rankings
The various poker hands from highest to lowest:
1. Royal Flush:
A, K, Q, J, 10
all of the same suit
2. Straight Flush:
Any five card sequence
in the same suit
(Ex: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 )
3. Four of a Kind:
All four cards of
the same index
(Ex: Q, Q, Q, Q)
4. Full House:
Three of a kind
combined with a pair
(Ex: K, K, 3, 3, 3)
Any five cards of the same
suit, but not in sequence
Five cards in sequence,
but not in the same suit
7. Three of a Kind:
Three cards of the same index
8. Two Pair:
Two separate pairs
(Ex: Q, Q, 7, 7)
Two cards of the same index
10. High Card:
There is also denominations for the two inicial cards you have on your hand like:
A/A = Weapons of Massive Destruction, American Airliners, Pocket Rockets, Bullets
A/K = Big Slick, Anna Kournikova
K/K = The Cowboys
K/J = Kojak
Q/Q = The Ladies
J/J = The Hooks
8/8 = The Snowman
10/2 = Doyle Brunson
J/5 = Motown Hand
2/2 = The Ducks
7/2 = Beer Hand
Q/3 = Gay Waiter
5/5 = Presto, Speed Limit
9/5 = Dolly Parton
7/7 = Walking Sticks
Q/7 = Computer Hand
4/4 = Magnum, Sail Boats
4/5 = Colt 45, Jesse James
This is the most knowable denominations for the two inicial cards on Texas Holdeem Poker, but there is a lot more....
can i just not sit on the table and wait til everyone is passing?
man oh man!!!
oh my..........hope you all have patience with me.
Think I'll play like Marina. rof
I'll even get dressed for this!! rof
7,2 of spades ... Kondai's Hand
What would Kotsys hand be??
2, six packs, of beer:lmao::lmao:
thats to funny!!! :lmao::lmao::lmao:
We better hide now boss........:lmao::lmao:
Just you all wait. I'll show ya.
and yes, I'll take the six pack...rof
The single most important term for an entry-level poker player to learn may be "tight aggressive". It's a style of play where you play a relatively low proportion of hands (tight), but when you do play, you do so aggressively, largely by leading the betting and raising rather than calling.
It's probably the style that will get new players into fewer troublesome situations while you learn, and it's also a good way to become a break-even or even a profitable player quite quickly.