During a poker game, each player is dealt two cards. Each player is then given the option to fold or make a bet. Players may choose to bet on the strength of their hand or to bluff opponents into folding.

The A-Game is the term used to describe the optimal mental state for playing the game. Several factors are taken into account to calculate the A-Game. Some of the most important include the number of players, the ante, the number of hands dealt and the number of cards in the deck.

The ‘big bluff’ is the best possible hand, in the sense that it is the best hand possible in the given situation. In general, a hand containing five cards in the same suit is considered a’strong hand’. Other hands that can be considered strong include three of a kind, two of a kind, a straight and a flush.

A straight is a poker hand consisting of two cards of the same suit, and one card of the other. A flush is a poker hand consisting of three cards of the same suit, and one card a different suit.

In the poker world, a gutshot is a straight completed from inside the hand. A gutshot is half as likely to be hit as an open-ended straight.

A gutshot is also called a “backdoor flush.” The best possible hand in this situation is a flush consisting of five cards in the same suit.