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Exposed card

Exposed card

A card that is inadvertently exposed during the dealing of a hand. Generally, if one player sees the card, everyone at the table has the right to see it.

Example: When player 1 folds pre-flop, he accidentally upturns his 2 of diamonds. The dealer will show the card to the entire table and announced it has been exposed.


Created by LawDude on 5 Aug, 2009
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