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Showdown value

Showdown value

A hand that can beat at least some portion of an opponent's perceived range.

Example: Hero holds AT, the board is K59K5, and the hand had checked through on the flop and the turn. Hero decides to call a river bet because his ace has showdown value in this situation.


Created by LawDude on 3 Jun, 2012
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