A common term used in games such Hold'em, Omaha, and Hi-Lo which use community cards. The river represents the fifth and final card to appear on the board. It is also commonly called "fifth street". In seven card Stud games, it is also known as 7th street.
The fifth and final community card in board games like Texas Hold'em and Omaha. You may have heard someone say "You caught me on the river." This means the player made his hand on the very last card, also known as Fifth Street.
The final community card that is shown to the table. After the river card is shown all players at the table will know their final hand and will be given one last opportunity to fold or to enter a showdown with other players. Also known as Fifth Street.
this is the last round of betting, and the last fifth community card. When the river card is placed on the broad, the dealing is completed. It is then followed by final betting and winner is then decided and the pot is awarded to the winner.
A recurrent feature of the symbolic landscape in the monomyth. Like oceans, seas, and lakes, rivers are archetypal life symbols; in their capacity for flooding, they may also be linked with nature's potential for destruction. Seasonal/fertility myths and rituals were often tied to the rise and recession of the waters of great rivers (the Nile, the Tigris and Euphrates) on which a people depended for crops, trade, transportation, and so forth.
A watercourse that flows at all times, receiving ground or surface water, for example, from other streams or rivers. The terms “river” and “stream” are often used interchangeably, depending on the size of the water resources and the region in which they are located.
means a continually or intermittently flowing body of freshwater, and includes a stream and modified watercourse, but does not include any artificial watercourse (including an irrigation canal, water supply race, canal for the supply of water for electricity power generation and farm drainage canal).
is a body of inland water flowing for the most part on the surface of the land but which may flow underground for part of its course. Upland rivers are generally fast flowing and lowland rivers are generally slow flowing and meandering.
Your finances are in good shape if the river was clean and flowing slowly. Trouble is around the corner if the water was rough, dirty or moving rapidly. Be wary of a dangerous situation if you dream of falling into a river.
A river is a natural waterway that conveys water, derived from either precipitation or glacial meltwater, from higher ground to lower ground. Most commonly rivers flow on the surface but there are many examples of underground rivers where the flow is contained within chambers, caves or caverns. In some areas of highly variable rainfall, some rivers exist that carry water only occasionally and may be dry for several years at a time.
River is an album by Michael Hunter, released in 1994. Michael Hunter is an engineer for Marillion, and was an assistant engineer on Marillion's Brave album. River is an album of ambient and instrumental music, composed and performed by Michael Hunter.
In badly-spaced TEXT, large meandering white spaces can weave their way through several lines, making it look untidy. These are called rivers and can usually be corrected with HYPHENATION, tracking and spacing.
In typography, an optical path of white space that sometimes occurs when word spaces in successive lines of type occur immediately below each other and continue for several lines. This is distracting to the eye and aesthetically undesirable, and may be corrected by moving words from line to line in order to position the word spaces. Also known as a river of white.
a thing of grace and beauty, a mystery and a metaphor, a living organism whose processes have been perfecting themselves through the ages, shaping our landscapes into works of art greater than those found in any museum
Maze texture type indicating the relative density of dead ends and junctions. A Maze with a low river factor has many short dead ends, while a Maze with a high river factor has fewer but longer dead ends.