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[mass noun] A form of poker in which each player is dealt two cards face down and combines these with any of five community cards to make the best available five-card hand.
- ‘In Texas Hold 'Em two aces are the best cards to start with.’
- ‘Multi-player Texas Hold 'Em and bingo will also make an appearance in the RealTime stable of games.’
- ‘For beginning poker players, try Cardinal's Professional Texas Hold 'Em Poker Set, $29.99, which includes 200 chips and a deck of cards.’
- ‘He was running a sports book operation for the Albanians as well as weekly games of Texas Hold 'Em.’
- ‘And this poker hand is seven-card stud, no-limit Texas Hold 'Em.’
- ‘Dozens of books have been published in the past few months promising to help the reader clean up at Texas Hold 'Em.’
- ‘Texas Hold 'Em, online multiplayer.’
- ‘My suggestion: "Proposes International No-Limit Texas Hold 'Em tournament to Allocate Agricultural Subsidies."’
- ‘Texas Hold 'Em is the name of what I usually play and with which you might be familiar if you watch Channel 4 Late Night Poker.’
- ‘Recognizing the popularity of Poker, they introduced a computer game of Texas Hold 'Em this year.’
- ‘Stephen Hendry first switched me on to the form of poker called Texas Hold 'Em.’
- ‘I think they called it Texas Hold 'Em.’
- ‘Several channels carried the professional poker games and during halftime, commercials, and lulls in football action, I anxiously clicked over to see some Texas Hold 'Em.’
- ‘If you don't have a TV, Texas Hold 'Em is all the rage.’
- ‘Texas Hold 'Em: Will the Tour King sit this one out?’
- ‘Betting big with a pair of deuces in Texas Hold 'Em could lead to a third deuce and a win on "the river."’
- ‘All your winnings at the Knob Creek Texas Hold 'Em will go to charity.’
- ‘Like Texas Hold 'Em, it's fun to watch and nervewracking to play.’
- ‘Poker fans will recognize that this brand of the game has recently been supplanted by Texas Hold 'Em because the percentages in five card stud are easier to navigate.’
- ‘I feel like taking the bus down to Atlantic City and playing a few hands of Texas Hold 'Em.’
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