overcall - to call out at showdown a hand better than what you are holding
and I quote: "In many rooms if a player overcalls their hand at the showdown it is dead by rule if his opponent mucks based on his overcall. This rule originated in lowball, and is becoming less and less standard as time goes by."
I believe no one has explained 'slow-rolling' yet?
i am very confused as to what this means as it seems different players have very different opinions as to what the term actually means (if anyone saw the poker after dark cash game you get my drift)
A-2 "The Shaun Taylor". The hand was dedicated by my mate to Shaun Taylor, a Washington Redskins player which was murdered in his home. He wore the number 12 hence A-2. My mate has never lost an all in on the Shaun Taylor ever since.
i saw the term flags used again later in that thread. flags must be american slang for chips because he says
brought 75k back from turks & caicos, 30k in flags 45 in cash, i tried to fill out the form for the full 75, but the customs agent in miami told me that the chips didnt need to be declared, and had me fill out the form for the 45k only.
sorry to go off topic...but i didnt want to open a new threead for just a question
few years back i remember watching a poker variation where you would show your hole cards to opponent but not yourself.. i think it was just a one off type event. but have been tryin to find the name.