There are currently 12 names in this directory beginning with the letter P.
In a tournament, the pay jump is the difference in prize money between one finishing place and the next.
The percentage of hand combinations in a range compared to all possible combinations.
Preflop raise. How often a player raises preflop given the opportunity. This ranges from 0-100, where higher numbers mean a player is raising more pots preflop.
Analyzing a player's physical appearance and mannerisms as well as their play to determine what kind of a player they are, what frequencies can be exploited, and so on.
Abbreviation: Pot Limit Omaha High-Low Eight-Or-Better. The split-pot version of PLO in which in order to qualify the low hand must contain five unpaired cards of rank 8 or lower. The ace is used low.
A range that is heavily weighted on one side by strong value hands and on another by weak bluffing hands.
The position of your seat at the table relative to the dealer, and your position in the order of action.
Choosing actions and bet sizes to keep the pot sized relative to the strength of your hand.
A bet that follows a missed c-bet, made out of position. Since it is OOP, it can only occur the street after the missed c-bet. As an example, the button open-raises and you defend from the big blind. The flop goes check-check, so that the preflop raiser skips their c-bet. If you now bet the turn, that is a turn probe bet.