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  1. Adjective

    That includes the player's door card and both of the player's downcards.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Applies only in 7-card stud. Example: A player dealt Js-Jc as down cards and Jh as the door card would have rolled-up trip Jacks.

    EXAMPLE: "I had rolled-up Jacks and my opponent had a Queen showing. I kept raising like crazy, but it turns out my opponent had rolled-up Queens. It was an unbelievable hand."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues

    GAME CATEGORY: Stud Games

    USAGE: Describes a hand.

    SYNONYMS: Trip

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