Glossary: Omaha Poker
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Baby: A small card, especially an ace, deuce, trey, four, or five.
Back-door flush (or straight): Back-door flush is made when both of the last two cards make flush, even though it may have played on the flop for some other reason (such as holding a pair or a four straight).
Bad beat: When a high hand is beaten by someone who makes a long-shot draw.
Bicycle: Ace, deuce, trey, four, five, the best possible low hand; also called a "wheel" and a "baby straight."
Blank: A card that comes on either fourth or fifth street and is not of any value to any player's hand.
Blind: In Omaha eight-or-better, a forced bet that one or more players should make to start the action on the first round of betting. With a new deal, the blind rotates around the table.
Bluff: A bet or raise with a hand that you do not think is the best hand.
Board: Five cards are face up at the center of the table in Omaha eight-or-better and four cards are faced up at the center of the table in seven-card stud eight-or-better.
Bring-in: In seven-card stud eight-or-better, the forced bet that the lowest card showing must make.
Button: In Omaha eight-or-better, a small disk that indicates that the player who is in last position when there is a house dealer.
Call: To contribute in the pot an amount of money equivalent to a rival's bet or raise.
Calling cold: Calling a bet and raise all at once as opposed to being in for the initial bet and then calling a raise.
Check: To decline to bet when it is your turn.
Check-raise: To check and then raise after a rival bets
Cinch: A hand that cannot lose in one direction.
Counterfeit: A board card in Omaha eight-or-better that duplicates a card in your hand and thus reduces the value of your hand.
Dead card: In stud games, a card that has already appeared.
Dog: A hand which is not a favorite to win the pot.
Door card: In seven-card stud eight-or-better, the first exposed card in a player's hand.
Drawing dead: Being in the position where the cards you expect to catch will give you a losing hand.
Family pot: A pot where many players are involved.
Fifth street: In Omaha eight-or-better, the fourth and final round of betting on the last card; in seven-card stud eight-or-better, the third round of betting (on the third upcard).
Flop: In Omaha eight-or-better, the first three community cards are face up at once and starts the second round of betting.
Flush: Five cards of the same suit.
Forced Bet: A required bet is to start the action on the first round of betting in seven-card stud eight-or-better.
Fourth street: The fourth card on board and the third round of betting in Omaha eight-or-better; and the second round of betting (on the second upcard) in seven-card stud eight-or-better.
Free roll: A situation where two people have the same hand but one of them has a chance to make a better hand.
Gut shot: A draw to an inside straight.
Heads up: To play against one rival.
Hog: Winning the entire pot.
Hogger: A hand that wins the entire pot.
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