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A situation where the equity of two different hands is virtually a coin-flip(50%-50%). Very common situation especially in tournaments as blinds escalate.

Example: Some hands that would be races: 55 vs. AKs, 66 vs. J9, QQ vs. AK, etc.

Created by Roco415 on 23 Jul, 2009
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