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ACES UP: A hand with two pair consisting of a pair of Aces plus any other pair. Also Kings up, Queens up and so on.

ACTION: A check, call, bet, raise or fold. In some cases, doing something officially tied to the game that provides clues to your hand, such as: revealing your cards at the end of the hand, or showing how many cards you’re taking at draw. Can also be the total of money in the pot at the beginning of each game.

ACTIVE PLAYER: A player still participating in a hand.

ADD-ON: During a tournament, the last extra chips a player may purchase (usually during the break) regardless if their chip count is low or high.

ADVERTISE: To make a loose play (or a supposed bad play) on purpose in the hopes of getting loose callers in future hands.

AGGRESSIVE ACTION: A wager that could allow a player to win the pot without a showdown. A raise or bet.

ALL BLUE: A flush made with clubs or spades.

ALL-IN: When all of your chips are in the pot, you are said to be ‘all-in.’ Also, to bet all of your chips. You only win the portion of the pot that you bet.

ALL PINK: A flush made with diamonds or hearts.

ANTE: A defined amount posted by all players before the start of a hand. A mandatory stake made before the hand is dealt.

B & M: Stands for ‘bricks & mortar.’ It refers to the building materials of poker rooms that exist in reality (as opposed to online poker rooms that exist in cyberspace).

BACKDOOR: In Hold ‘em and Omaha, when a player catches two more cards on the turn or river to make either a flush or straight (referred to as a ‘back door flush’ or ‘back door straight’) and that was entirely different from the hand they were originally drawing to.

BACKRAISE: Re-raise by a player who originally had called on that round of betting.

BAD BEAT: To lose with a high-ranking hand to a player who started off with a low-ranking hand (an improbable hand that should not have been in the pot to begin with) that became the highest-ranked hand by the end of the game.

BANKER: In home play, the person responsible for handling the chips, money and accounting for that night’s game.

BANKROLL: The total amount of money a player has upon initially starting a game.

BET: 1. Wager. 2. The act of placing a wager (or chips) in turn into the pot on any betting round.

BETTING LIMITS: The minimum and maximum betting values/limits allowed in a game.

BICYLCE: A 5-high straight: 5-4-3-2-A.

BIG BLIND: The mandatory bet made by the player two seats from the dealer (or dealer button) prior to receiving their cards. Their bet must be the largest blind. It is often the same value as the lowest betting limit in Limit Poker.

BIG FLOP: A flop that gives a player all of the cards they were hoping for to make the best hand possible.

BIG SLICK: In flop games, having the King and an Ace as your hole cards.

BLANK: A card that has no value to the hand. Also referred to as a ‘brick.’

BLIND: A bet made before the players are dealt their cards to stimulate action.

BLIND GAME: A game that uses blinds to start the action.

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BLUFF: A bet or raise when holding a weak hand with the hope of forcing other players to fold.

BOARD: (1) Face-up community cards available to all players.

(2) In casinos, the board with a waiting list of players wanting to join a game.

BOARDCARD: Face-up community cards available to all players in the center of the table, as in Hold ‘em or Omaha.

BOTTOM PAIR: Pairing a hole card with the lowest card on the flop in Hold ‘em.

BOXED CARD:  A card that is facing the wrong way (face-up) in a deck. Warrants a redeal.

BROADWAY: An Ace-high straight: A-K-Q-J-10.

BROKEN GAME: A game that has to end. Sometimes due to players quitting a game and there not being enough people to continue playing.

BUG: Another term for a wild card.

BURNING THE CARD: When the dealer discards the top card before turning over the flop, turn, or river. This is done to prevent cheating in case it was accidentally exposed.

BUTTON: A disk used to indicate the theoretical dealer position. See ‘dealer button.’

BUTTON GAMES: Games that use a dealer button.

BUY-IN: The minimum amount needed to enter a game.

CALIFORNIA LOWBALL: Five-card, Ace-to-Five Low Draw poker with a joker. Popular Low Draw poker game in California during the 1970s.

CALL: To match the previous player’s bet (and without raising it).

CALLING STATION: A player who calls too much when raising or folding is a better move.

CAPPED: In Limit Poker, when the maximum number of raises per round of betting have been reached.

CARD SHARK: Poker expert.

CARDS SPEAK: Regardless of verbal claims made by the player about his or her hand, it is the cards shown in the showdown that is the actual value of the hand. Referred to as the ‘cards speak.’

CASH IN: To cash in your chips and leave the game.

CATCH: Obtaining cards that give a player a strong hand.

CHASE: To play a hand that is most likely weaker than at least one other player.

CHECK: To not make a bet when it is your turn to act, and still keep your cards and the option to bet, fold, or raise when the action returns to you. Indicated by either saying ‘check’ or tapping your fingers on the table.

CHECK-RAISE: To not place a bet at the beginning of a round (checking), and then raising when the action returns to you.

CHIP LEADER: The player with the most chips at a table.

CHOPPING: When all players but the two blinds have folded before the flop, the two players who posted the blinds may ask to have their blinds returned to them and the hand ends right there.

COLD CALL: When you call after at least two people before you bet (in a single action).

COLLECTION: The fee levied by the house for the use of their facilities paid for with money from the pot or from each player.

COLLECTION DROP: The fee given to the house from the pot for each hand played. Often called ‘the rake.’

COLOR CHANGE: To change the value of the chips.

COMMON CARD: In Stud poker, when there are not enough cards in the deck to deal each player their own card, a common card is dealt face-up for all players to use at the showdown.

COMMUNITY CARDS: In Hold ‘em and Omaha, these cards are dealt face-up on the table and can be used by all players to make their best hand.

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COMPLETE THE BET: In Limit Poker, to put more money in the pot to turn an all-in or forced bet into a full bet.

CUT: To separate the deck into two packets to change their order. It’s used at the beginning of a game to determine who will be the first dealer (opening deal).

CUT-CARD: The bottom card.

DEAD CARD: A card that can not be played for a technical reason, such as having fallen on the floor.

DEAD COLLECTION BLIND: A fee paid for by the player in possession of the dealer button. Some games use this fee as a way to charge for the seat rental.

DEAD HAND: A hand that has been fouled and is not permitted to be played.

DEADMAN’S HAND: The hand held by ‘Wild Bill’ Hickok after he was fatally shot in the back of the head by Jack ‘Crooked Nose’ McCall in 1876: two pairs Aces and 8s and reportedly all black.

DEAD MONEY: Money put in the pot by players who have folded or players who had left the game and were forced to post two blinds upon their re-entry into the game.

DEAL: To distribute cards to each player or on the board. Also refers to the complete cycle of a hand, starting with shuffling and finishing with a winner being given the pot.

DEALER BUTTON: When the game is played with a house dealer, a flattened disk (the dealer button) is used to indicate the player in the theoretical dealer position for that hand. Also called ‘the button.’ It goes to the person directly on the left when the hand is done.

DEALER’S CHOICE: In home games, when the dealer chooses the type of game that will be played for that hand, such as Texas Hold ‘em, Omaha or any other poker game. Because they can pick any game they want, this is a good reason to make sure you are proficient at all poker games and not a specialist in one game only.

DEAL OFF: 1. To have played in all positions, from the blinds to the dealer button, before leaving a table.

2. To deal the game’s last hand.

DEAL TWICE: When players agree that when betting has finished, the rest of the cards will determine half of the pot. Then remove those cards and deal once more for the other half of the pot.

DECK: A set of playing cards used to play poker, containing either:

(1) 52 cards in Seven-Card Stud, Hold ’em, and Omaha.

(2) 53 cards (joker included), usually used in Ace-to-Five Lowball and Draw High.

DEUCE: The 2 card.

DISCARD(S): (1) In a Draw game, the act of removing cards from your hand to exchange for replacements.

(2) The name of the cards that have been removed. Also called the ‘muck.’

DOWNCARDS: In a Stud game, the cards that have been dealt face-down.

DRAW: (1) The poker game where players can exchange cards in the hopes of improving their hand. In California, among other places, Draw refers to Draw High, and Draw Low means Lowball.

(2) The act of exchanging cards in a hand.

(3) The event in the deal when the exchange occurs is called ‘the draw.’

DRAWING DEAD: Drawing to a hand that will not win as another player has a stronger hand.

DOMINATED: In Hold ’em, a hand that will most likely lose to another hand similar to it due to its lower kicker. The dominated hand has three or less outs, which can be difficult to improve upon.

EARLY POSITION: The people who must act first in the round. They are seated immediately to the left of the player with the dealer button.

FACECARD: A Jack, King or Queen card.

FIXED LIMIT:  In Limit Poker, every betting round has a fixed upper maximum that can be bet and is determined in advance.

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FLASHED CARD:  A partially-exposed card.

FLOORPERSON: An employee of a casino who seats players and makes rule decisions.

FLOP: In Hold ’em or Omaha, the first three community cards that are dealt all at once after the first betting round is complete.

FLUSH: A poker hand made up of five cards of the same suit in no particular order.

FOLD: To give the dealer your cards face-down and give up any claim to the pot.

FOURTH STREET: In Hold ’em games, the round in which the fourth community card is dealt (the first card dealt after flop). In Seven-Card Stud, it is the round when the second upcard is dealt.

FOULED HAND: A dead hand that can no longer be legally played.

FORCED BET: The first bet of a hand that a player is forced to make to get the action started, such as the two blind bets in Hold ’em.

FREAK: Another name for the wild card.

FREEROLL: An opportunity to win something without having to wager any money. There are online freeroll tournaments that you can enter for free and still have a chance to win money or prizes.

FULL BUY: A buy-in that is at least the minimum number of chips needed to enter a game.

FULL HOUSE: A hand made up of a three of a kind and a pair.

HAND: (1) All of a player’s own cards.

(2) The five cards that determine a player’s ranking.

(3) A single poker deal and betting round.

HEADS-UP PLAY: A game played with only two players.

HIGH HAND POKER: High hand wins the pot.

HOLE, the and HOLE CARDS: First two cards dealt face-down to each player. Called the ‘hole cards’ or ‘pocket cards.’

HONORS: A free round offered to a player who does not have enough money to play.

IN COMMON: Cards that are dealt face-up on the table for all players to see and use to make their best hand. The flop, turn and river cards are ‘in common’ cards.

INSIDE STRAIGT: Having four cards that will make a straight, but are missing one card within the range for the straight. For example, if your hand has 8-7-5-4, you need the 6 (within the range of the straight) in order to complete the straight.

INSURANCE: A side bet/agreement when a person is all-in for another player that will guarantee them a certain amount of the pot if they win. Also when a player is concerned they have too much money in the pot, they can buy insurance to guarantee a cut of at least a certain amount of the pot in case they do not win.

JOKER: In High Draw poker and Ace-to-Five Lowball, the joker is a partially wild card. In High Draw, it can be used as an Ace and in straights and flushes. In Lowball, it can be used to represent the lowest possible card.

KANSAS CITY LOWBALL: Also called Deuce-to-Seven, this is a form of Draw Poker Low where the best hand is 7-5-4-3-2 and straights and flushes are counted against you.

KICKER: The highest card in a hand that is unpaired and helps establish the ranking of the hand.

KILL (OR KILL BLIND): A blind that grows to twice the size of the big blind, thus doubling the blind. Occasionally, a ‘half-kill’ increase of the blind and limits by 50% are employed. A kill can be either of a player’s own will or forced. The usual requirements for a forced or mandatory kill are: in Lowball and other poker games, winning two pots in a row, or in High-Low Split, for scooping a pot.

KILL BUTTON: In Lowball games, the button used to show the player who has won two pots in a row and is forced to kill the pot.

KILL POT: In some casino games, a kill pot is established when a player wins two hands in a row. In Split games, when a player wins the whole pot, it is not uncommon for the next pot to be a kill pot.

KNAVE: Another word for the Jack card.

LATE POSITION: A player’s position at the table where they act last, after most of the other players have already acted. They are seated to the right of the dealer button. This is best position as a player in late position bets with more information about the other players’ hands (positional advantage).

LEG UP: If you won the previous pot, and you have to kill the next pot if you win the current hand, you are said to be in a situation called ‘leg up.’

LIMIT: The maximum value of a bet permitted.

LIPSTICK CAMERA: Shoots the players’ hole cards in televised games. Introduced at the World Poker Tour in 2003, it is credited with increasing poker’s popularity as it makes for more interesting television when the viewers see the players’ cards.

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LIST: A list of players waiting to play a game.

LIVE BLIND: As long as no other players have called during the first round and have not raised, the player who bet the big blind may raise, known as a ‘live blind.’  Also called an ‘option.’

LOCK-UP: A marker chip used to reserve a player’s place at a table.

LOLLAPALOOZA: A predetermined hand that can win once per night. Can be any combination of five cards.

LOOSE: When a player plays more hands than is typical.

LOOSE GAME: A game when more players than normal are playing more hands than is normal.

LOWBALL: A Draw variant where the lowest-ranking qualifying hand wins.

LOWCARD: In Seven-Card Stud, the lowest upcard visible. The player with this card starts the betting.

MARKED CARDS: Cards that have been marked on their backs so players can cheat by memorizing the marked cards.

MIDDLE PAIR: A pair made with the second-highest community card.

MIDDLE POSITION:  A position in which a player acts after the blind bets and before the final few players during a round.

MISCALL: An incorrect spoken announcement of a hand’s ranking.

MISDEAL: When a mistake made during dealing causes the cards to be reshuffled and redealt.

MISSED BLIND:  When a player who was supposed to place a forced, blind bet does not bet.

MONSTER: A high-ranking hand.

MUCK: (1) A pile of discarded cards compiled face-down by the dealer in the middle of the table.

(2) To discard your cards in the muck. To fold your cards in the muck.

MUST-MOVE: In order to maintain the integrity of the main game, this is a situation where players from another game take up any openings in the main game as they occur.

NATURAL: (1) In Blackjack, a 2-card hand that adds up to 21 (an Ace plus a face card or a 10).

(2) A hand made up without the use of a wild card.

NO-LIMIT: A betting structure where players may wager any or all of their chips in one bet; there is no maximum limit to the bets.

NUTS, the: The best possible poker hand at any stage of the hand, given the community cards. This is applicable to flop games like Hold ’em and Omaha.

ODDS: The probability of particular sequences of cards being dealt in a hand.

OFF-SUIT: Cards that are of different suits.

ON THE BUTTON: To be in the dealer’s position and the last to act in a hand.

OPEN: (1) A hand is considered open after a player bids.

(2) To place the first bet.

OPENER: The first player to make a non-forced bet.

OPENER BUTTON: In Draw games, an opener button identifies the player who opened a particular pot.

OPENERS: The hand that starts the game and initiates betting, such as a pair of Jacks in Jackpot.

OPTION: When the action returns to the player who posted the blind bet, and no one has raised, they have the option to raise.

OUTS: The cards needed to increase a hand’s chance to win.

OVERBLIND: A blind that’s bigger than the normal big blind and typically increases the stakes proportionally. Also known as an ‘oversize blind.’

OVERCALL: A call made after there has already been a call and a bet.

OVERCARD: Any card(s) in your hand higher than the community cards.

OVERLAY: Better pot odds.

OVERPAIR: A pair of cards in your hole cards (pocket pair) that are higher than any community cards.

PAINT: Any face card.

PASS: (1) To decline a bet and, consequently, you must fold. Incorrectly used in the U.S. as an expression for ‘check.’

PASSIVE: Checking and calling hands instead of betting and raising.

PAT and PAT HAND: In Draw games, not drawing any cards (mainly because your hand does not need any new cards).

PIG: A high and low hand.

PLAY BACK: To re-raise.

PLAY BEHIND: To have chips in the pot that are not physically in front of you. This is only permitted when you have already bought more chips and are waiting for them to arrive.

PLAY THE BOARD: Making your hand in Hold ‘em using all five community cards and none from your hole cards.

PLAY OVER: To play in a seat that is temporarily unoccupied. Not all casinos permit this.

PLAYOVER BOX: When someone is temporarily playing in another player’s seat, a playover box, a clear plastic box, is placed over their chips to protect them until the original player returns.

POCKET: Another name for your hole cards.

POCKET PAIR: A two of a kind in your hole cards.

POKER FACE: Having a face free of expression that might give clues to your hand.

POSITION: Where a person sits at the table in relation to the dealer button.

POT: The accumulated money from betting that the winner receives at the end of the hand.

POT-LIMIT: The betting structure of a Limit game where you can bet up to the amount of money already in the pot.

POTTING OUT: With other players’ permission, taking money out of the pot typically to buy food, drinks or to make a side bet.

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PROPOSITION BETS: Side bets made among players that is not connected to the outcome of the hand.

PROTECTED HAND: A hand that is actively being protected against being accidentally fouled either by the player physically holding their hand or by having chips or another object placed on top of their cards.

PUSH: (1) When a dealer pushes winning chips to a player.

(2) When the current dealer is exchanged for another dealer.

PUSHING BETS: When two or more players agree to return each other’s bet when one of them wins the pot that they or other people play. Also known as ‘saving bets.’

QUADS: Another term for four of a kind.

RABBIT HUNTING: Asking the dealer to see the next card after a hand has finished so you can see how the hand would have unfolded.

RACK: (1) A holder/container for chips when they are being transported.

(2) A tray used by the dealer to hold chips and cards.

RAGS: Cards that are weak and typically not played, such as 2 and 7 in Texas Hold 'em. Also the name given to community cards that did not help anybody’s hand.

RAINBOW FLOP: A flop that doesn’t have any pairs and all of the cards are of different suits.

RAISE: To increase the amount of a previous bet. Depending on the type of game and the rules implemented, there may be conditions on how much one can raise and the number of raises permitted per round of betting.

RAISING IN THE DARK: Raising before you have seen your cards.

RAKE: The percentage of the pot that is kept for the house. The rake varies from one casino to another.

RAZZ: Another name for Seven-Card Stud.

REPRESENT: Playing your hand as if to make it obvious to everyone else what you have, except you don’t actually have that hand.

RE-BUY: To buy more chips if you’ve been eliminated in a tournament and it is within a specified time period. Not all tournaments allow this; only ‘re-buy tournaments.’

RE-RAISE: To raise a bet that was previously raised.

RING GAME: A poker game format where you play for money, but it is not a tournament. Common format for home games.

RIVER: In Texas Hold ‘em, the name given to the fifth and final community card. Also called ‘Fifth Street.’ In other games, it’s also the last round of betting.

ROCK: A player who strictly plays only high-ranking hands and who takes little risks a dull playing style.

ROLLED UP: In Stud poker, having a three of a kind in your first three cards.

ROYAL FLUSH: The highest-ranking hand in poker. A hand made up of A-K-Q-J-10 of the same suit.

SATELLITE: A mini-tournament where the accumulated buy-in of all of the players equals the buy-in for the larger tournament. For example, the buy-in for the World Series of Poker’s No-Limit Texas Hold ‘em tournament is $10,000, so the buy-in for a satellite is $1000 per person with a total of ten people, giving you the $10,000 you need (if you win) to enter the tournament.

SAVING BETS: When two or more players agree to return each other’s bet when one of them wins the pot that they or other people play. Another name for ‘pushing bets.’

SCOOP: In Split-Pot games, to win both the high and low halves of the pot.

SCRAMBLE: When the dealer mixes the cards face-down in front of them as a method to shuffle them.

SEE: To call.

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SETUP: Two suited decks with different colored backs that are used to replace the decks that are currently used in play.

SIDE POT: When one or more players are all-in, this is a second, separate pot that is established.

SHORT BUY: Buying chips after you have already purchased some. Normally the short buy-in is less than the required minimum buy-in.

SHOWDOWN: The final act of determining the winner of the pot after all betting has been completed when the active players (those with a claim to the pot) turn over their cards for all to see.

SHUFFLE: To mix and scramble the deck before dealing.

SLOW ROLL: To stall before showing your winning hand at the showdown to annoy your opponents.

SMALL BLIND: In blind games, this is the first blind posed and is the smallest. Usually is 1/3 or ½ of the minimum betting value.

SPEED LIMIT: A pair of fives.

SPLIT POT: A pot that is shared among players who have tied for best hand, or because of an agreement made before the game. In High-Low games, where there is a winner for the highest and lowest hand (unless one person has both), the pot is split between those two players.

SPLITTING BLINDS: As long as no one else has put money in the pot, the big blind and the small blind may take their money back instead of playing the hand.

SPLITTING OPENERS: Splitting openers in High Draw Jacks-or-Better with the intention of making a different type of hand.

SPREAD-LIMIT: A betting format that allows you to bet (or raise) any value between two pre-determined values. For example, in a $1 - $4 game, you can bet $1, $2, $3 or $4.

STACK: The pile of chips in front of a player.

STAY: To uphold your claim to the pot by calling.

STEAL: To bet or raise that causes another player to fold when you might not have the strongest hand.

STRADDLE: An extra blind bet placed after the forced blinds. It is typically double the value of the big blind in size. Used in Lowball, which is a multiple blind game.

STRAIGHT: Five cards of any suit in consecutive rank, such as 10-9-8-7-6.

STRAIGHT FLUSH: Five cards of the same suit in consecutive rank, such as 10-9-8-7-6 all in the same suit. All suits have the same value. This is the highest-ranking hand in poker.

STREET: Cards in Stud and Hold ‘em dealt in a particular round. For example, the fifth card dealt to a player in Stud and the fifth community card in Hold ‘em is known as ‘Fifth Street.’

STRING RAISE: When someone intends to raise, but first says they are betting, then hesitates a second before announcing they are also raising. This is a form of cheating and is not permitted. This is so because it gives them a chance to study players’ reaction to their initial announcement of a bet before they say they are also raising.

STUB: The portion of the deck that has not been dealt.

SUPERVISOR: A cardroom employee entitled to make rulings. This includes the floorperson, shift supervisor, or the cardroom manager.

SUITED: All of the cards are of the same suit.

SUITED CONNECTORS: Two cards of the same suit in consecutive order. For example, a Queen of hearts and a Jack of hearts.

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SWING: To declare you’re going for both the high and low pot in a High-Low Split game.

TABLE STAKES: (1) The total amount of money a player has on the table. It is the maximum amount a player can lose or that anyone can win from other players in any one hand.

(2) The condition that players can only bet the money in front of them at the beginning of a hand and may only buy additional chips between hands.

TAP OUT: To bet all of your chips.

TECHNICIAN: A dealer skilled in cheating while dealing.

TELLS: Cues to read off players to determine the strength of their hand. For example, shaky hands or a pulsing artery in the neck can reveal a strong hand.

TIGHT: When a player plays less hands than is usual. They normally only play very strong hands.

TIGHT GAME: A game in which fewer players play less hands than is usual. They’re most likely only playing strong hands.

TIGHT PLAYER: A person who only bets on strong hands.

“TIME”: An expression a player uses to stop the play during a hand. It is the same as ‘hold it.’

TIME COLLECTION: The fee paid in advance to rent a seat at a table.

TOP PAIR: The highest pair visible on the board.

TOURNAMENT: An event a player can enter (usually with an entry fee) to compete against other players for money and prizes.

TREY: The 3 card.

TRIPS: Three of a kind. For example, three 7s is a ‘trips sevens.’

TURN: The fourth community card dealt face-up on the board (the ‘Fourth Street’).

TURNCARD: In Hold ’em and Omaha, the fourth community card dealt face-up (the ‘Fourth Street’).

UNDER THE GUN: The first player to act; the player in the first position.

UPCARDS: In Stud games, cards dealt face-up that are visible to all players.

WAGER: (1) To place a bet or raise. (2) The chips used to bet or raise.

WILD CARD: Any pre-determined card that can be used as any card of the player’s choosing. Usually it’s the Joker.

WORLD POKER TOUR (WPT): A series of tournaments held in various cardrooms around the world and online. The winners advance to a $25,000 buy-in, invitation-only tournament where the WPT World Champion is decided.

WORLD SERIES OF POKER (WSOP): The original poker tournament that started it all! About thirty-five tournaments are held every year in Las Vegas at Harrah’s Rio Casino from April to May. The final two days of the Main Event are still played at the casino where the tournament was first played: Binion’s Horeshoe Casino. Players win bracelets and are deemed WSOP World Champion until the following year.

ZERO BOARD: A board where a three of a kind is the highest possible hand.

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