Five of a kind
Four of a kind
Three of a kind
Open-ended straight draw
Double belly buster
Playing the board
Cards that are not suited.
A holdem starting hand with two cards of different suits. These hands are weaker than suited hands because there are less "outs" in the hand, as the chance of a flush is significantly decreased.
Not of the same suit. Not suited.
Two hole cards of different suits such as one Heart and one Spade.
adj. Hand with different suits, e.g. (abbreviated: 54o) Unsuited cards are notably less valuable.
A hold'em starting hand with two cards of different suits.
Two different suits, used to describe the first two cards.
cards of a different suit, usually applied when describing hole cards eg 'AK offsuit'
Cards of a different suit.Omaha A game in which each player is dealt four down cards with five community cards. To make your hand, you must play two cards from your hand and three from the board.
Cards that are of different suits. In hold'em this term is generally used when describing your hole cards, for example a hand of J(H) 9(S) would be called a “Jack-Nine Off Suit”.
A hand in Texas hold ‘em that starts with two different hand strength hands.
Not of the same suit. In hold'em starting hand in which the two cards are of different suits.
A starting hand in hold em where the two cards are of different suits.
Cards of a diï¬€erent suit.
Two pocket cards of different suits.
Term used to describe the first two cards if they are of different suits
Two or more cards that are of different suits.
A holdem starting hand in which the two cards are of different suits.
Two cards of different suit.
Any starting hand in poker in which the cards are not of the same suit, as opposed to be suited.
having pocket cards that don't match suit.
Hold'Em: cards of different suits, typically referring to the opening two pocket cards.
Term used in hold-em where your starting two cards are not of the same suits. This type of hand generally are weak and is denoted by a symbol "o" such as 47o. Meaning you have a four and seven offsuit.
The first two cards received (hole or pocket cards) which are different suits
Term referring to the starting cards held. In this case the hole cards are of different suits.
Cards that are not the same suit.
Where the two 'hole' cards are of different suits in Hold'Em Poker
Cards in a hand of various suits. Online Casino - any casino operating via the world wide web.
Cards of a different suit(s).
If you get a pocket pair of cards of different suits, then, it is called Offsuit. This is a bad hand because the chances of Flush are also less.
Two cards of different suits, used particularly in reference to Holdâ€(tm)em starting hands.
A Hold 'Em starting hand in which the two cards are from different suits.
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