There are 22 names in this directory beginning with the letter B.
A draw on the flop that requires both turn and river cards to complete. As5s on a 3sTdJc is a backdoor flush draw and will make a flush if both the turn and river come spades. Also used as a verb as in "She backdoored the straight."
Abbreviation for the big blind. Can be used to describe the position (the player to the left of the small blind), and can also be used as a basic betting unit. When seen as BB/100, this describes a winrate either for a player or for a particular hand/line.
Holding a card in your hand that blocks one or more hands from being made in connection with the board, and/or blocks a card from being in your opponent's hand.
The overall composition of community cards, including their ranks, suitedness and connectedness. Board texture is often described as "wet" or "dynamic" (higher-ranking, suited, and/or connected flops, turns and rivers) or "dry" or "static" (lower-ranking, unsuited, and/or unconnected flops).
BREAD AND BUTTER SPOT
A situation in which we put in the last preflop raise and are in position postflop against one or two players. The term was coined in this poker sense by Tommy Angelo and is one of the most profitable situations in poker.
Risk divided by risk plus reward, or in other words, the mathematical way of saying "if X play works this often, I will break even, if it works less often or more often, the decision is -EV and +EV respectively".
Abbreviation for the button, always last player to act postflop, and the third-to-last to act preflop.
In poker tournaments, the finishing position immediately before prizes are awarded. The player busting out in this position is said to have "bubbled," at which point the "bubble bursts" and ill-mannered players clap.