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Artie Cobb (born November 17, 1942) is an American professional poker player, based in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Berry Enfield Johnston (born September 25, 1935) is an American professional poker player.
In the game of poker, the play largely centers on the act of betting, and as such, a protocol has been developed to speed up play, lessen confusion, and increase security while playing.
Binion's Gambling Hall & Hotel, formerly Binion's Horseshoe, is a casino on Fremont Street along the Fremont Street Experience mall in Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada.
Carolyn Gardner was a World Series of Poker champion in the 1983 $400 Ladies - Limit 7 Card Stud event.
David Baxter is an American poker player from Corpus Christi, Texas, who won two bracelets at the World Series of Poker.
David Singer (born in Brooklyn, New York) is an American professional poker player and former attorney.
David Sklansky (born December 22, 1947) is an American professional poker player and author.
Duane "Dewey" Tomko (born December 31, 1946 in Glassport, Pennsylvania) is an American former kindergarten teacher turned professional poker player, based in Winter Haven, Florida.
Donnacha "The Don" O'Dea (born 30 August 1948) is an Irish professional poker player.
Doyle F. Brunson (born August 10, 1933) is a retired American poker player who played professionally for over 50 years.
A poker player is drawing if they have a hand that is incomplete and needs further cards to become valuable.
Jim Doman (April 8, 1949 – May 1992) was an American professional poker player who won two World Series of Poker bracelets in the 1980s.
John Holmes Jenkins III (1940–1989) was an American historian, antiquarian bookseller, publisher, and poker player.
John Lukas is an American poker player who has won two bracelets at the World Series of Poker.
Ken Flaton (June 28, 1940 – November 7, 2004) was an American professional poker player who was born in New York City, New York and settled in Henderson, Nevada after serving in the US Army.
Omaha hold 'em (also known as Omaha holdem or simply Omaha) is a community card poker game similar to Texas hold 'em, where each player is dealt four cards and must make his or her best hand using exactly two of them, plus exactly three of the five community cards.
Perry Green (b. c. 1936) is an American poker player who has won three World Series of Poker bracelets and who has made it to the final table of the World Series of Poker Main Event twice.
A poker tournament is a tournament where players compete by playing poker.
Ray Zee is the pen name of the author of Hi-Lo Split Poker for Advanced Players and Seven Card Stud for Advanced Players.
Razz is a form of stud poker that is normally played for ace-to-five low (lowball poker).
Rod Peate is a poker player from Portland, Oregon In the 1983 World Series of Poker, Peate finished runner-up to Tom McEvoy in the Main Event.
Seven-card stud, also known as Seven-Toed Pete or Down-The-River is a variant of stud poker.
Stuart Errol Ungar (September 8, 1953 – November 22, 1998) was a professional poker, blackjack, and gin rummy player, widely regarded to have been the greatest Texas hold 'em and gin player of all time.
Texas hold 'em (also known as Texas holdem, hold 'em, and holdem) is a variation of the card game of poker.
Thomas K. McEvoy (born November 14, 1944 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S.) is a professional poker player, author and member of the Poker Hall of Fame.
The World Series of Poker (WSOP) is a series of poker tournaments held annually in Las Vegas and, since 2005, sponsored by Caesars Entertainment Corporation (known as Harrah's Entertainment until 2010).