Definitions

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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.

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Examples

  • 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.

    MY EMPIRE OF DIRT

  • He noted the short stack of while-you-were-outs for him.

    The Hollow

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