A hand that cannot be beaten. Also called the NUT.
A term meaning can't lose. (NO SURE THING)
A hand that is believed to be a winner (even before seeing the dealer's hole card).
A hand that cannot loose.
No possibility of losing. It's a lock.
A supposedly "can't lose" wager.
an apparent sure thing in wagering.
an IV that is attached to a little chamber on your hand filled with either saline or heparin, thus the name
As in "this game is a lock for Joe". This means that he has no chance of losing. ock/Handcuff artist: Someone that will only gamble when he is sure he will win. Also known as a "nut hunter"
A can't-lose proposition. (You got the nuts)
A hand so strong that it's either impossible or at least wholly unlikely that it can lose no matter what comes on the coming streets. Having a lock on the pot means that it's time to figure out how to extract the most money out of the other players.
An apparent "sure thing," used to describe a horse's chance of winning.
A bet one cannot lose.
A Team that has an extremely good chance of winning.
n. A hand that cannot be beat under any circumstances. Also: NUTS.
A hand that cannot possibly be beaten considering all the cards on show.
A hand that is sure to win.
A supposed "can't lose" wager
A poker hand which is highly expected to win at least a portion of the pot.
hand that cannot lose; a cinch hand.
A sure winner.
A "sure thing" - used to describe a horse's chance at winning.
A unique, alphanumeric name (usually a legal file name) used to ensure that two programs can't access the same resource simultaneously.
The winning hand; a hand which is unbeatable
A Hand that is guaranteed to win at least part of the Pot.
An unbeatable hand, also known as the nuts.
A bet that cannot lose; a term that is often misused and abused by disreputable touts.
Lock As in "This billiards game is a lock for Jenn." This is said if Jenn were in a situation where there was no chance of losing.
A can't lose bet
US term for an almost guaranteed winner.
A hand that cannot lose.
A hand sufficiently good to win at least part of the pot.
A term meaning can't lose. (There is no such thing)
A lock is a hand guaranteed to win at least part of the pot.
A sure winning hand.
A game that supposedly can't lose.
A surefire winner (there really is no such proposition)
A hand that cannot be beaten. Also called the nuts.
A wager that is perceived to be a "can't lose" proposition.
In hi/lo games, you have a lock if you are guaranteed to win at least part of the pot. Similar to the nuts.