Created by Roco415 on July 23, 2009


A cooler is when you are dealt a very very strong hand only to have your opponent be dealt an even stronger hand. There usually is no way you can avoid losing all of your chips in instances like these.


Most obvious example is being dealt KK when opponent is dealt AA. Another example of a cooler would be set over set: Hero-66, Villian-33... Flop: 6-3-A

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