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- n. A relatively small amount of chips relative to the stakes.
- n. An amount of chips which is far less than the average in the tournament.
- n. A player who is in possession of a short stack.
- n. Two pancakes one on top of the other, as opposed to a stack of three.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Joining the two incarnations of our back fence are nearly one thousand linear feet of PVC pipe and a dozen elbows and T-sections, a few dozen fifty-pound sacks of gravel, a short stack of plywood, and countless boxes and bags brimming with all the various fasteners, adhesives, and doodads that the projects ahead of me require.
He noted the short stack of while-you-were-outs for him.