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Hold'em Memory Glossary - R

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RackA plastic tray which holds 100 chips in 5 stacks of 20.
Rag OffTo get a card on the river that doesn't help you.
Ragged FlopFlop cards that are of no use to any player's hand.
RagsWorthless cards; blanks.
RailThe sideline at a poker table.
RailbirdA non-playing spectator or kibitzer, often used to describe a broke ex-player.
RainbowThree or four cards of different suits.
RaiseTo call and increase the previous bet.
RakeChips taken from the pot by the dealer on behalf of the house.
RankThe value of a card. Each card has a suit and a rank.
RapTo knock the table, indicating a check.
RazzSeven-card stud lowball. Shortened from "razzle dazzle."
ReadTo try and determine your opponent's cards or betting strategy.
RebuyTo start again, for an additional entry fee, in tournament play (where permitted).
RedrawA draw to an even better hand when you currently are holding the nuts.
RepresentTo bet in a way that suggests you are holding a strong hand.
Re-raiseTo raise a raise.
Reverse Implied OddsThe ratio of the amount of money now in the pot to the amount of money you will have to call to continue from the present round to the end of the hand.
RiffleTo shuffle; or to fidget with your chips.
Ring GameA non-tournament game.
RiverIn flop games, the last round of betting on the fifth street card; in stud games, the last round of betting on the seventh street card.
RockA very tight, conservative player.
Rock GardenA table populated with rocks.
RollTo turn a card face-up.
Rolled UpIn Seven-Card Stud, three of a kind on third street (the first three cards).
RoughA lowball hand that is not perfect.
Round of BettingThe period during which each active player has the right to check, bet or raise. It ends when the last bet or raise has been called by all players still in the hand.
RounderA professional player who "makes the rounds" of the big poker games in the country.
Royal FlushThe best possible poker hand, consisting of the 10 through the Ace, all the same suit.
RunA straight, or a series of good cards.
Run OverPlaying aggressively in an attempt to control the other players.
Runner-RunnerA hand made on the last two cards.
RunningTwo needed cards that come as the last two cards dealt.
Running BadOn a losing streak.
Running GoodOn a winning streak.
Running PairWhen the last two cards on the board make a pair.
RushSeveral winning hands in a short period of time.

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