Created by BooG690 on September 14, 2009


To coffee house is to say a statement in order to deceive your opponents from the true nature of your hand. For example, a player may say, "I’m being priced in," when calling and trapping with aces.


I was pretending to be disinterested in the hand and even pretended I didn't know it was my turn when it came to me. I said, "Oh, is it my turn?" Little did they know I was coffee housing and I had pocket kings.

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