A four card incomplete straight that can use a card on the high or low end to make it a five card straight. Ex. 4, 5, 6, 7 can use either a 3 or an 8 to complete the hand.

Also two way straight, or just open ender. A straight draw that can be completed by eight different cards. The hand 6789 needs either a five or ten. Open draws are twice as likely to hit as inside draws. Though much weaker, the hand 4-5-6 is an open ender of sorts, requiring either 2-3, 3-7, or 7-8. See runner-runner, also double inside straight draw. Open raise Both being the first to enter a pot preflop (excluding blinds), and entering with a raise, rather than just calling.

a hand where either end can hit and you will complete your straight

This is a four card straight where you need a card on either side to complete your hand. If you have 4, 5, 6, 7 a three or an eight will complete the straight. Ask called an up and down straight.

A hand with four consecutive cards such as 8, 9, 10 and J giving you the chance to complete your straight with either a Q or a 7.

A draw which is four consecutive cards, which can make a straight with one more matching card. For example 5,6,7,8 or 2,3,4,5.

A set of cards that only require one more card, either higher or lower then the rest, to make a straight. Ex, A player has 3456. He will make his straight if he gets a 2 or a 7. It is open ended because a card at either end will make a straight.

Four consecutive cards whereby one additional (consecutive) card is needed at either end to make a straight.

A hand with four consecutive cards. A straight can be completed by drawing the fifth card at either end. For example, 5,6,7,8.

Four sequential cards which will make a straight either at the top or the bottom.

A hand of four consecutive cards that can make a straight at either end. 3, 4, 5 and 6 is open ended while Ace, King Queen, Jack is not.

Opportunity to hit a straight at either end (3-4-5-6)

A straight draw that can complete at either end. Example: holding 9, 10, J, Q. Either a 8 or King make your straight.

When your holding four consecutive straight cards.

A straight that can be made at either end of the straight. For example 6-7-8-9 can be made with a 5 or a T

Four cards to a straight which can be completed by drawing a card at either end. E.g., 6-7-8-9 is an open-ended straight.

Adjective to describe a straight draw that can be filled at either end. Twice as easy to complete as a gutshot straight draw. Example: You hold Seven, Eight with a flop of Ace, Nine, Ten.