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Created by Ragnar4 on July 22, 2009

Definition

Zeebo’s theorem is used to describe the argument that no player is able to fold a full house, no matter what the strength of the full house.

Example

On the river, I had quads, so I thought about it for a few minutes, and decided to shove, because I was 95% certain he had a full house. When he snapcalled, and everyone looked at me like I was nuts, I just said \"Thank Zeebo for that move\".



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