I was playing cards this evening and found myself referring to the deuce and the trey. I was wondering, do any of the other pip card ranks have special names?
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In Texas Hold'em, many opening, pre-flop hands (two cards), when paired, seem to have special names:
Additionally, some unpaired hands have special names: