Poker Hand Names 2

As – Ac – 8s – 8c ‘Dead Man’s Hand’: The two pair – Aces and Eights – has found in the hands of Wild Bill Hickok when we was murdered.

K – Q ‘Divorce / The Marriage’

9 – 5 ‘Dolly Parton’

10 – 2 ‘Doyle Brunson’: The legend made this hand famous by winning the World Series of Poker with it – twice. On both occasions he managed to create a full house to take home the title. Strangely, A – Q is also sometimes referred to as a ‘Doyle Brunson’, as he generally does not like playing this hand.

2 – 2 ‘Ducks’: Although this pocket pair looks quite inviting, you will need to flop a set or else this hand is generally rendered worthless.

J – J ‘Fishhooks / Hooks’: Wired Jacks.

5 – 10 ‘Five and Dime’

J – 4 ‘Flat Tire’: Coincidentally, this poker hand usually falls flat too.

3 – 3 – 3 – 3 ‘Forest’

K – K – K – K ‘Four Horsemen / Posse’

10 – 4 ‘Good Buddy / Over and Out’

5 – 7 ‘Heinz’

A – 2 ‘Hunting Season’

J – A ‘Jack Ass’: These hole cards are sometimes also referred to as ‘Ajax’
3 – 9 ‘Jack Benny’

J – J – 5 – 5 or J – 5 ‘Jackson Five / Motown’

4 – 5 ‘Jessie James’: These low consecutive cards are named after the legendary American outlaw.

6 – 6 ‘Kicks’: Wired Sixes.

K – 3 ‘King Crab’

8 – 8 ‘Little Oldsmobile / Snowmen’: Wired Eights.

A – Q ‘Little Slick’: A good starting hand, although often dominated by its big brother.

K – 8 ‘Lumber Yard’

4 – 4 ‘Magnum / Sailboats’: Wired Fours.

9 – 2 ‘Montana Banana / Twiggy’: Article 92 made poker legal in Montana.

J – Q ‘Oedipus’

Q – 3 ‘San Francisco Busboy / Gay Waiter’: It is a queen with a trey (three).

9 – 8 ‘Oldsmobile’

5 – 5 ‘Presto / Speed Limit’’: Wired Fives.

Q – 10 ‘Quint’

3 – 8 ‘Raquel Welch’

6 – 6 ‘Route 66’: Wired Sixes.

7 – 7 ‘Sunset String / Mullets / Walking Sticks’: Wired Sevens.

10 – 10 – 10 ‘Thirty Miles (of Bad Road)’

7 – 6 ‘Union Oil’

5 – 10 ‘Woolworth’