- adj. poker Occurring before the flop in community card poker games
- pre- + flop (Wiktionary)
“Choosing the right poker hand preflop is a large part of the game, since many hands can get you into a lot of trouble or make you a huge winner.”
“First, the large starting stack in relation to the blinds allows you to overcall a preflop raise with a drawing hand that could hit big.”
“Just like those first two hands, every significant hand I won the rest of the way through my time in the tournament was either a stone bluff based on a read, a c-bet of a missed flop, or me getting lucky and hitting a turn after calling preflop with some shitty hand.”
“Then I flopped a set of 6s after calling a preflop raise from early position from the guy to my immediate right, who I had immediately pegged as another typical old-man rock who wasn't going in from EP without a strong hand.”
“Now some would say I should have just called his preflop raise but with that flop all the chips were going in post flop anyways.”
“To describe just one example, Warren warns against getting into the habit of calling a preflop raise from the big blind when one is only up against the raiser, and lists several good reasons why this is often an unprofitable play.”
“An overcard would be significantly less scary if, for instance, you had flat-called preflop and checked and called after the flop.”
“Alexey Maslov of Russia called a preflop raise from his countryman Lykov, and both checked the.”
“When tight players call preflop from an early position, they tend to have fairly strong hands, and their ranges are weighted toward pocket pairs.”
“Ivan Demidov started an early surge by calling a preflop raise from Eastgate on the very first hand to see a flop of.”
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