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Back Into

1) When a player backs into a pot, he wins a pot with a hand that would have folded to any action.
2) When a player backs into a draw, he completes a backdoor draw.

Example: 1) I missed my ace-high diamond flush, but I won the pot checking down the river and beating my opponent's busted king-high flush. 2) I had a pair of aces on the flop, but backed into a flush after two hearts came on the turn and river.


Created by BooG690 on 14 Sep, 2009
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