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Created by LuckySlevin on December 7, 2010

Definition

The term Woolworth’s denotes a ten and a five (T5) of any suit as holecards. The name is derived from the high street retail chain which was traditionally a chain of 5 and 10 cent stores.

Example

You are dealt two holecards, the first is the ten of clubs, the second is the five of spades. You have been dealt Woolworth\'s (note: suit used by way of illustration only, the term is not particular to any specific suit).



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