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Hold'em Memory Glossary - P

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Paint CardsKing, Queen and Jack; face cards; court cards; picture cards.
PairTwo cards of the same denomination.
Pat HandA hand that is played as dealt, without changing a card; usually a straight, flush or full house.
Pay OffTo call a bet or raise when you don't think you have the best hand.
Pay StationA player who calls bets and raises much more than is typical; a calling station.
Picture CardsKing, Queen and Jack; face cards; court cards; paint cards.
PipThe suit symbols on a non-court card, indicating its rank.
Play BackTo raise or re-raise an opponent's bet.
Play FastAggressively betting a drawing hand to get full value for it if you make it.
Play WithStaying in the hand by betting, calling, raising, or re-raising.
Playing the BoardIn flop games, if your best five card hand uses the five community cards.
PocketAnother term for hole.
Pocket RocketsA pair of aces in the hole.
PositionYour seat in relation to the dealer, and thus your place in the betting order.
PostTo post a bet is to place your chips in the pot.
PotThe money or chips in the center of the table.
Pot LimitA game in which the maximum bet is the total of the pot.
Pot OddsThe amount of money in the pot versus the amount of money it will cost you to continue in the hand.
PropShort for proposition player; similar to a shill, but plays with his own money.
Proposition PlayerA cardroom employee who joins a game with his own money when the game is shorthanded, or to get a game started; similar to a shill.
Protect A HandTo protect a hand is to bet so as to reduce the chances of anyone outdrawing you by getting them to fold.
Protect Your CardsTo protect your cards is to place a chip or some other small object on top of them so that they don't accidentally get mucked by the dealer, mixed with another player's discards, or otherwise become dead when you'd like to play them.
ProviderA player who makes the game profitable for the other players at the table; a nicer term for a fish.
PushWhen the hand is finished and a winner is determined, the dealer pushes the chips towards the winner.
Put DownFold.
Put Him OnTo guess an opponent's hand and play accordingly.
Putting On The HeatPressuring your opponents with aggressive betting strategies to get the most value from your hand.

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