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Free Crossword Puzzle # 4950
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(1) Term used for the list of holdings that a player considers a opponent might have when trying to deduce their holding.      (2) A casino employee whose duties include adjudicating player disputes.      (3) A game with a lot of action, usually including many unskilled players, especially maniacs.      (4) belly buster      (5) when a player bets into another player who has previously raised or otherwise shown aggression.      (6) To show the bottom card of the deck while shuffling.      (7) The minimum required amount of chips that must be "bought" to become involved in a game.      (8) Any royal card.      (9) When a player bluffs on one round of betting with an inferior or drawing hand that might improve in a later round.      (10) A prolonged winning streak.      (11) A technically legal, but borderline unethical, play.      (12) Not complete, such as four cards to a straight that never gets the fifth card to complete it.      (13) A 10 through ace straight.      (14) When the bottom card of the deck sticks out beyond the others, an unwanted tell that the dealer is dealing from the bottom of the deck.      (15) To make a play (bet, call, raise, or fold) at the required time.      (16) Any of several Draw poker games in which the draw phase and subsequent betting round are repeated twice.      (17) Also known as a bomb.      (18) Describing an action taken before receiving information to which the player would normally be entitled.      (19) A player who earns a living by making small profits over a long period of consistent, conservative play.      (20) The act of counting the cards that remain in the stub after all cards have been dealt.      (21) In seven-card stud, three of a kind dealt in the first three cards.      (22) Used in tournament play to refer to the size of the blinds which are periodically increased.      (23) One`s mathematical expected value from the current deal, calculated by multiplying the amount of money in the pot by one`s probability of winning.      (24) discover a strong starting hand, often when there has already been action in front of the player.      (25) An option to increase the stakes in limit games.      (26) Emotional upset, mental confusion, or frustration in which a player adopts a less than optimal strategy, usually resulting in poor play and poor performance.      (27) A "tight aggressive" style of play in which a player plays a small number of strong starting hands, but when in pots plays aggressively.      (28) Any money wagered during the play of a hand.      (29) The total chips and currency that a player has in play at a given moment.      (30) Three of a kind     


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