Definition of Up-and-down straight draw

1. Noun. (context: poker slang) A poker hand that has four cards to a straight, where there are two different ranked cards that will complete the straight. E.g. 4-5-6-7, either a 3 or 8 could make a straight. It is used only when the player has not yet received all the cards she will receive for a particular hand. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Up-and-down Straight Draw

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unzipping
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unzoned
unæqual
unæquall
unæquivocal
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up-and-comer
up-and-comers
up-and-coming
up-and-down straight draw (current term)
up-and-down straight draws
up-armored
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