Definitions

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  • n. A raise of a bet which itself constituted a raise of a previous bet.
  • v. To raise again or anew.
  • v. To raise another raise.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Since it is early, and I have the kind of hand I like from this spot, I call his reraise.

    TAKE ME TO THE RIVER

  • Matusow flat-called the reraise and the two players went to the flop. and Matusow was still in front with an overpair of kings.

    Poker News

  • However, if you get any resistance, calling a reraise with a hand like Ah-6h is suicide.

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  • Now, depending on what type of player you believe he is, you might want reraise him if he raises you, but that commonly means making the pot large in a very marginal situation.

    Backing Off Poker Bluffs – Knowing When to Fold | Poker Hands

  • His first reraise is simply an attempt to nick the pot off an active player.

    Loose cannon or solid player?

  • Limping with small pairs can trigger cheap multi-way flops, or, if someone raises, a reraise can win you a nice pot immediately.

    The danger of small pairs

  • And I hope this will be that opportunity, one to reraise the social consciousness in the generation, and to also move this generation toward taking a stand for justice.

    CNN Transcript Sep 16, 2007

  • If he thinks his fours are good, he should probably reraise and commit to the hand right here.

    TAKE ME TO THE RIVER

  • On Day 3, he had been able to make Russ Hamilton lay down pocket jacks with a limp reraise from under the gun.

    TAKE ME TO THE RIVER

  • I reraise to $700, and he quickly moves in for $2,000 more.

    TAKE ME TO THE RIVER

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