Games. Let It Rides played in a casino setting, rather
than in the tournament rounds.
Betting Circles. The three circles marked "1,"
"2" and "$" in which the players'
initial bets are placed.
Big Pair. A pair of lOs or better, eligible for a
payout. Community Cards. The two cards the dealer
deals to himself, which are used by all players to
form their best hands.
Flush. A hand consisting of five cards of the same
suit, such as the ace, 9, 8, 4, and 2 of clubs.
Four of a Kind. A online poker games hand consisting
of four cards of the same rank, plus one odd card,
such as 5, 5, 5, 5, and Q.
Full House. A online poker games hand consisting of
three of a kind plus a pair, such as 9, 9, 9, 2,
Garbage Hand. A poor hand consisting of unmatched
and unsuited cards, which is not good enough for a
Grand Prize. The first prize given to the winner of
the Let It Ride The Tournament.
Non-Redeemable Chips. Chips given to the players in
the playoff tournament, which cannot be redeemed for
rounds in one-table events are often quite short,
greatly increasing the luck factor. Because of this,
when two or three players are left, they will often
decide to chop the tournament (split the prize money
either evenly or in accord with some negotiation).
Some B&M casinos do offer single table events
that aren't satellites, but these are fairly uncommon
(they are common on the Internet, where they are called
"sit and go" tournaments). In most casinos,
even when a single table event is a satellite, the
winner need not use the money (or tournament buy-in
chips called lammers) to enter that day's event.