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Any two cards

Any two cards

Used to describe a player who plays very loose pre-flop, i.e., that he or she will play any two cards to the flop. Sometimes used by such players to justify beating a strong pre-flop hand like pocket aces with a lucky flop-- "any two cards can win!".

Example: "I wouldn't read much into the button calling your 3-bet. He plays any two cards."

Created by LawDude on 5 Aug, 2009
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