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Professional Terms of Card Patterns

    • jayjoekuakua
      jayjoekuakua
      Global
      Joined: 27.09.2014 Posts: 19
      [Rainbow]
      The cards which are flipped not the same color.

      [Connector]
      The cards numbers are in a row, for example: 78 or JQ.

      [T]
      The abbreviations of Ten, means 10.

      [s]
      The same color, such as: AKs means A and K are the same color.

      [O]
      Different colors, such as: AKo means A and K are different colors.

      [Set]
      Refers to the hand and the community Cards lead to the three cases, such as: you get 33 on hand, the cards that is flipped are A34, that is dark three.

      [Pocket Pair]
      Two CARDS on your hand form a pair, for example: 22, 33, 44 and so on.
      [Gut cyber-shot Straight]
      Refers to listen to the middle card sequences, such as: you have 25 on hand, 46K are flipped, you need card 3, so you can have 23456, that is Gut cyber-shot Straight.

      [Open Ended Straight]
      Refers to listen to the two leading straight, such as: you have 34 on hand, J56 are flipped, you requires 2 or 7, so you have have 23456 or 34567, they can be formed to be Open Ended Straight.

      [Top Pair]
      Community Cards and hand cards can be formed to be the maximal pair, for example: you have 2i on hand 2, community Cards cards are 3457j, so they can form to JJ.

      [Nuts]
      Community Cards and hand cards can form to the biggest card type, for example: you have AA on hand, community Cards card are AA6J8, then can form the biggest card style 4A, this is called nuts, just all-in if you get nuts!
      [Edited by VorpalF2F]
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    • badgerer
      badgerer
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      Joined: 29.03.2010 Posts: 555
      wow thanks man! i've always wondered what this 'top pair' thing people always mention was.
    • VorpalF2F
      VorpalF2F
      Super Moderator
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      Joined: 02.09.2010 Posts: 10,715
      Originally posted by jayjoekuakua
      [s]
      The same color, such as: AKs means A and K are the same color.

      [O]
      Different colors, such as: AKo means A and K are different colors.
      Thanks for posting this jayjoekuakua
      The quoted portion is true if the 4-colour deck is used, but may not be true otherwise.

      AKs means Ace and King are same suit.

      There are a lot more terms defined in the glossary

      Best of luck,
      --VS