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Hold'em Memory Glossary - F

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Family PotA pot in which most of the players at the table are still involved at the end of the hand.
FavoriteA hand that has the best chance of winning.
Fifth StreetIn flop games, the final round of betting and the fifth community card on the board; in stud games, the fifth card dealt to each player and the third betting round (on the third upcard).
FillTo pull the card one is seeking; to hit.
Fill UpTo make a full house.
FishA poor player; an amateur who is losing a lot of money.
FishhooksSlang for Jacks.
Five-Card DrawA draw poker game in which the players start with five cards and then may draw to replace them.
Five-Card StudA stud poker game in which each player gets one concealed card and four exposed cards.
Flat CallTo call a bet without raising.
Flat LimitA betting limit in a poker game that does not escalate from one round to the next.
FlopIn flop games, the first three community cards, which are turned face up simultaneously and start the second round of betting.
Flop GamesA family of poker games played with five community cards. The first three cards, turned face up simultaneously, are called the flop. Popular flop games include Texas Hold 'Em and Omaha.
FlushFive cards of the same suit.
Flush DrawHaving four cards of the same suit, and hoping to draw a fifth to make a flush.
FoldTo withdraw from the hand rather than bet or raise; to give up.
Forced BetA required bet to start the action on the first round of a poker hand.
Four-FlushFour cards of the same suit, requiring a fifth to make a flush.
Four Of A KindFour cards of the same denomination.
Fourth StreetIn flop games, the fourth card on board and the third round of betting, the turn; in Seven-Card Stud, the fourth card dealt to each player and the second round of betting (on the second upcard).
Free CardA card that a player gets without having to call a bet.
Free RideTo stay in a hand without being forced to bet.
FreerollA situation in which two players have the same hand, but one of the players has a chance to better his hand.
Freeze OutA game or tournament in which all players start with the same amount and play until one player has won all the chips.
Full HouseAny three cards of the same denomination, plus any pair of a different denomination.

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