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Poker jargon – U

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under the gun
The playing position to the direct left of the blinds in Texas hold ’em or Omaha . The player who is under the gun must act first on the first round of betting.
In a community card game, a full house that is one of the lowest full houses possible. For example: in Texas hold ’em, a player holding a pair of deuces with a final board of 2A33Q holds an underfull (Deuces full of Treys). The highest possible full house is Aces full of Treys. Also “underboat”.
When used with a card rank to describe a poker hand, refers to two pair with the named card being the higher pair. For example, a hand of QQ885 might be called “queens up”.
See upcard.
up the ante
Increase the stake. Also commonly used outside the context of poker.

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