Created by courtiebee on July 17, 2009


To slow roll a player is to purposely take a long time to call a bet while holding the nuts (or relative nuts). When a person slow rolls, his opponent is usually all-in and there is no one else left to act.


After his opponent pushes all-in, hero calls time and pretends to think painfully before calling with his royal flush.

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