In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- If you know your royal flush from your full house, or your straight flush from your three of a kind, then sitting in front of the computer competing in the online College Poker Championships could be the ideal way to spend a Sunday evening.
- It's the equivalent to sitting down to a game of poker and being dealt a royal flush with your first hand.
- The object of the game is to get 4-of-a-kind, a five-card straight, a straight flush or a royal flush.
- In Poker, if I'm dealt a royal flush, I need only concern myself with how much I'm going to win.
- What use is a royal flush if no one else is betting?
- Mary - a volunteer worker - struck lucky when the croupier at her table in the George Street casino dealt her a royal flush of hearts - a queen, king, jack, ace and 10.
- In some games certain cards are wild - either the deuces or a joker added to the deck - and in some games there is a cumulative jackpot which is won by a high hand such as a royal flush.
- Under the rules of the game if a player gets a straight flush they win ten per cent of the pot and if they get a royal flush they win it all.
- We have visited this particular boat since it opened about six years ago, but I had never hit a royal flush there.
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