A lot by which nothing is gained; a ticket in a lottery on which no prize is indicated.
A card that is very unlikely to help, or scare, anyone.
When a seemingly meaningless card appears in a poker hand. For example, in texas holdem, the flop may show A-K-Q and then the turn comes as a 2, this is unlikely to have improved anyone's poker hand.
A card that does not add any value to a hand.
A keno ticket that has not been used.
A community card that is no help to your hand. Also called a brick.
Quality of a hand, a suit or a dog which does not contain any good card
A card of no value to your hand.
An unimportant card that does not help complete a hand. Sometimes abbreviated "." Also brick.
A card that does not improve your hand.
A card placed on the board that does not change the standings in the hand.
A card that likely does not benefit any player or impact the hand in a meaningful way. An example of a blank would be a 2 dealt as the turn card on a rainbow A K J flop.
A card that is useless in relation to a player's hand.
If the card looks like it can not be used to make a hand.
A card, frequently a community card, of no apparent value. I suspected Margaret had a good draw, but the river card was a blank, so I bet again. Also called a brick.
a movie clip container, which contains nothing
Slang term for a card that gives no help to your hand or to the board; "I caught a blank" meaning nothing.
A card that is not of value to the players hand.
A card that does not fit the board, for example the window is Ah Kh Th 9h and the river is a black 2 that does not fit.
An irrelevant card, one that is not needed by the player to complete their hand.
A card that is not if any value to a player`s hand.
A card that does not improve the value of the player's hand.
a card that didn't help you (often: and didn't help anyone else)
China which is sold without decoration or coloring of any kind for others to decorate with designs or hand painting, see also "white ware".
A card meaningless to anyone's hand. In a Hold'em game, if the board is As Ks Jd 8h, if a 3c came on the river, the 3c is considered a blank.
A card that doesn't help your hand, or a card that doesn't appear to help your opponent's hand.
A card that is of no help to the player.
Any board card that is neutral or doesn't affect the hand either way. For example, if the Flop is As-Jd-Ts, and the Turn is 2h, the 2h would be considered a “blank”.
A card that appears to be of no help to any player.
A poor card which has no impact on the game. Also known as a rag.
Card that doesn't do you any good.
If you are as blank as the term is, this is what the term really means. Its a card, often a community card, of no apparent value. For eg: I supposed that Maggie had a good draw, but the river card was a blank, so I bet again. Also known as " brick", "bomb".
A community card that appears to be irrelevant to any player's hand.
A card that appears not to help anyone.
A board card that doesn't seem to affect the standings in the hand. If the flop is As-Jd-Ts, then a turn card of 2h would be considered a blank. On the other hand, the 2s would not be.
A card that does not affect any of the players, also known as a rag.
A term for a board-card that doesn't help any player in the hand. Also called a Brick.
a card that probably won't make a difference in determining the winning hand. For example, if the board reads Ad-8h-9s-Kc, the 2c on the river would be a blank. It doesn't fill any straights or flushes, and the only hand that it could possibly help is pocket twos.
A card on either 4th or 5th Street that has no value for anyone's hand.
A card that doesn't really mean anything or add any value to your hand.
A card that has little value to the hand.
Failure to find a fox in a covert is to draw blank. Failure to find a fox all day is to have a blank day.
In Texas Holdem Blank means useless card
a board card that (apparently) does not strengthen any hand
A card having no value to a player's hand. I.e., You hold KQ. The flop is AJ6. The turn is a 3. The 3 is a blank.
A board card that does not seem to affect the hand, e.g. With A A K of different suits on the board, a deuce would be considered a ‘blank' card.
A card that does not help a player's hand.
A card that does not look like it has improved anyone's hand
A board card that doesn't seem to affect the standings in the hand. If the flop is Ah-Jc-Td, then a turn card of 9s would be considered a blank. On the other hand, the 9d would not be.
A card that offers no value to the playerâ€™s hand. Example: A A J J 2. Two pair, with a blank card (the 2).
Poor card that has no impact on the game. Also called a rag.
A card that doesn't help anyone.
A card on either 4th or 5th Street that is of no value to anyone's hand.
A board card that does not enhance the value of the existing board cards.
A low card which doesn't aid your hand.
A card that is of no value in improving your hand. Also called a Rag.
a card that doesn't affect the current hand.
A card that appears to help nobody. "Then a blank fell on the turn".
A table card that doesn't help your hand.
A card that seemingly helps no player.
A card that comes off the deck that has no effect to anyones hand.
A term that describes a card that came on fourth or fifth street that did not help any players hand.
A card that is of no help to a player's hand.
nothing: A blank day is a foxless day: To draw a blank is to fail to find a fox in a covert.
A useless card.
A card that is unlikely to help any players' hands.
A card that does not help anyone's hand; the term is most commonly used in Texas Hold Em and Omaha Poker (see Brick below).
A card which appears to have no effect on a hand. For example â€“ with a flop of KhQh9d, the 3c would be considered a blank. Also known as a brick.