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Out of Position (OOP)

Out of Position (OOP)

To be first to act, or alternatively to not be last to act, on any particular hand. This is typically a huge disadvantage in No Limit games since our opponents get to see what we do before they act, making it possible for them to make less mistakes.

Example: John was utg and Jack was on the btn. If both players are in the hand, John is said to be OOP.


Created by JKDS on 22 Jul, 2009
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