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To "run it twice" is the act of dealing remaining streets twice in all-in situations and dividing the equity share. This is typically done to lower variance.

Example: Two pairs gets it in vs a flush draw on the flop and the players decide to run it twice. The turn and river come out blank the first time, and completes a flush the second time. The players split the pot.


Created by al yell on 18 May, 2010
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