A flush draw (“four flush”) is a hand with four cards of the same suit that may improve to a flush. A flush draw has nine outs (thirteen cards of the suit less the four already in the hand). For example: player is dealt A K, flop shows T 2 5, player needs both a J and Q for a straight.
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Outside straight draw
An outside straight draw (“up and down” or “open-end(ed) straight draw”) is a hand with four of the five needed cards in sequence that may improve to a straight. For example: x-8-7-6-5-x. An outside straight draw has eight outs (four cards to complete the top of the straight and four cards to complete the bottom of the straight).
Inside straight draw
An inside straight draw (“gutshot draw” or “belly buster draw”) is a hand with four of the five cards needed for a straight, but missing one in the middle. For example: 8-x-6-5-4. An inside straight draw has four outs (four cards to fill the missing internal rank). Because straight draws including an ace only have four outs, they are also considered inside straight draws.
Double inside straight draw
A double inside straight draw (“double gutshot draw” or “double gut buster draw”) can occur when either of two ranks will make a straight, but both are “inside” draws.
A backdoor draw (“runner-runner draw”) is a drawing hand that needs to catch two outs to win. For example, a hand with three cards of the same suit has a “backdoor flush draw” because it needs two more cards of the suit.
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