Poker - Poker Queen Women's T-Shirt by Spreadshirt™ Poker - Poker QueenWomen's T-Shirts. Women's T-Shirt This classic tee offers plenty of room and is ideal for most body types. Contoured and side seamed for a feminine fit ITEM RUNS SMALL. 100% preshrunk cotton (heather gray is. Poker Quest is a challenging fantasy roguelike where you make use of a standard deck of playing cards - Ace, King, Queen, and so on. You use the cards to empower your items in combat. Better hands often trigger stronger abilities on your items. The card game of poker has many variations, most of which were created in the United States in the mid-1900s. The standard order of play applies to most of these games, but to fully specify a poker game requires details about which hand values are used, the number of betting rounds, and exactly what cards are dealt and what other actions are taken between rounds. They're beautiful, brilliant and bold enough to play and win millions at a so-called man's game. No woman has ever won top prize at the biggest poker tournament. No doubt the Poker Brat was not happy. Queen-Nine (Q-9) Quinine – Kind of an obscure reference to an antimalarial drug. The substance is also used as a flavoring in tonic water. Queen-Eight (Q-8) Kuwait – A phonetic takeoff on the Middle Eastern country. Frigid Bitch – Combining a snowman (8) and a Queen gets you this name.
Ace high Straight Flush.
Ace of Spades King of Spades Queen of Spades Jack of Spades 10 of Spades in a single suit. Also frequently referred to as 'Broadway'.
Five consecutive cards of the same suit.
Five sequential cards in the same suit. The highest type of Straight Flush is a Royal Flush, and the lowest is an A-2-3-4-5 hand (if Aces are low or high/low). This type of hand is referred to as a 'Steel Wheel'. Other Straight Flushes with special names include:
One of each suit in a single rank.
Also known as Quads. Many of the Four of a Kind hands have their own nicknames:
Three of a Kind and One Pair.
A Full House is called as 'X over Y' where X is the Three of a Kind and Y is the Pair (e.g., in a A-A-A-Q-Q hand, you would call it as 'Full House, Aces over Queens').
A Full House is sometimes called a boat or a full boat. When called a Boat/Full Boat, the hand is announced as 'X full of Y' (e.g., the same A-A-A-Q-Q hand would be called a 'Full Boat, Aces full of Queens'). Some Full House hands have special nicknames:
Five cards of the same suit.
Any five cards, all of which are in the same suit. A Flush all in hearts is referred to as 'Valentine's' while a flush all in clubs is known as a 'Golf Bag'.
Five consecutive cards.
Five cards in sequential order (but not all in the same suit, or it would be a Straight Flush). Also known as a Run (in many melding/counting games, such as gin and its variants, cribbage, and canasta, a Straight is referred to as a Run, and the name has carried over into poker).
Three cards of the same rank. Also known as Trips, a Set, or Triplets. Three-card combinations that have special names include:
Two pairs, each with two cards of the same rank. Notable named two pair combinations include:
Two cards of the same rank. The poker hand that contains a single pair that is the most worth noting is the Princess Leia (an A-A-2-3), so called because the room in which Leia was imprisoned in Star Wars was room A-A-2-3. The best known names given to (pocket) pairs include:
At roulette. While the high card is the lowest possible hand in poker (every poker hand automatically has a 'high card' in it-- the card with the greatest value), it comes into play in some poker variants more than others. Poker rookies often underestimate the value of the high card.
Texas Hold'em, for instance, is frequently referred to as a game of high cards because a player with higher cards always has an advantage. If player 1 holds K-Q and player 2 holds J-10, there are three possible outcomes:
The player with high cards has a statistical advantage and will win 63% of the time.
Well known nicknames given to pocket hands are:
Standard seven card stud with Queens wild. Throughout the course of the deal, if a Queen is dealt face-up to a player, then the card that is dealt face-up after that Queen is called the “trailer” and it is also wild as well as Queens. These Queens and trailers are also wild in determining who has the best hand showing to open each betting round.
If in the course of the deal, another Queen is dealt face-up to a player, then the trailer that follows that more recent Queen is now the new trailer and the new wild card as well as Queens. The old trailer is no longer wild…in other words, other than Queens, there is only ever one other wild card. Queens and cards matching the current trailer are also wild if they are dealt face-down. Best hand wins.
If no Queen has been dealt face-up after every player has been dealt their four cards face-up, then everybody re-antes and the game is re-dealt until a Queen has been dealt face-up in a game.
It costs a small amount of money for players who are dealt a Queen face-up to stay in the game, and an even smaller amount of money for players dealt a trailer who want to stay in the game (for example, 50 cents for the Queen, 25 cents for the trailer).
Follow the Cowboy:
Played the same as Follow the Queen, except it is the card that follows a King that is wild, instead of a Queen.