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A bully is a player who uses his large chip stack to push others off their hands. This is usually seen in tournament play where players do not want to risk all their chips (and tournament life) on marginal hands.

Example: Jamie Gold had a large chip stack in the 2006 World Series of Poker and bullied the tables he was on.

Created by BooG690 on 14 Sep, 2009
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