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semi-bluff

EnglishEdit

NounEdit

semi-bluff (plural semi-bluffs)

  1. (poker) A type of bluff where the bluffer believes that the bluff has some chance of immediate success and also that he or she has some chance of improving his hand to win at a showdown.

VerbEdit

semi-bluff (third-person singular simple present semi-bluffs, present participle semi-bluffing, simple past and past participle semi-bluffed)

  1. (poker) To attempt a semi-bluff

ReferencesEdit

  • 1994, David Sklansky, The Theory of Poker, edition 3rd, 2+2 publishing, 978-1880685006: