quarter To win a quarter of a pot, usually by tying the low or high hand of a high-low split game. Generally, this is an unwanted outcome, as a player is often putting in a third of the pot in the hope of winning a quarter of the pot back. Rrabbit hunt After a hand is complete, to reveal cards that would have been dealt later in the hand had it continued. This is usually prohibited in casinos because it slows the game and may reveal information about concealed hands. Also "fox hunt".
raccoon A poor player. See also fish. To make calls based on the hopes of hitting runner runner, inside, or backdoor draws rack 1. A collection of 100 chips of the same denomination, usually arranged in 5 stacks in a plastic tray. 2. A plastic tray used for storing a rack of chips. race See coin flip.
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