brick A "blank", though more often used in the derogatory sense of a card that is undesirable rather than merely inconsequential, such as a card of high rank or one that makes a pair in a low-hand game. Also known as a bomb. Compare to "rags". brick & mortar A brick & mortar or B&M casino is a "real" casino based in a building, as opposed to an online casino. This refers to many real world locations vs. their
Internet counterparts. It is not just a online hold'em poker term or even a gambling term; it is often used in e-commerce in similar situations. bridge order Online Hold'em Poker is neutral about suits. A spade flush and a club flush with all ranks matching is a tie. But in determining the dealer at the start of a game, or in determining the bringin bettor in a stud game, bridge rank rules: Spades beat hearts beat diamonds beat clubs. It's convenient but coincidental that this works out to reverse alphabetical order. bring in 1.To open a betting round. Alice brought it in for $4, and Bob raised to $10.