There are currently 7 names in this directory beginning with the letter E.
The effective stack, or effective stack size, is the smallest of the stacks involved in a pot. For example, if the turn is heads up and Greg has $75 while Julie has $920, the effective stack is $75.
EIGHT OR BETTER
Standard qualifying hand for the low pot in split-pot games. To qualify for the low pot a 5-card hand must consist of unpaired cards all of rank 8 or lower.
Early position, the first positions to act. In a full-ring game, EP refers to the first three positions. Thus EP1 is UTG, EP2 is UTG+1 and EP3 is UTG+2. (See also UTG.)
The hand-versus-hand equity preflop averaged over all possible board run-outs. This is the number you see by the hole cards in televised poker. Example AhKh vs 6d6c has 48% hot/cold equity.
Short for expected value, this is the monetary value a hand or range has when factoring in how often it wins/loses and the magnitude of those wins/loses. You will often see +EV or -EV, an abbreviation of 'postive expected value' and 'negative expected value' respectively.