Loose, agressive player: often bluffs/raises; rarely calls/folds.
Nickname for a player who is very aggressive. This type of player plays a lot of hand, raises frequently, and often bluffs. Often, maniacs lose a lot of money at poker.
A wild, reckless player who will play as many pots as possible and bets big.
A very agressive player who plays a lot of hands.
Raving with madness; raging with disordered intellect; affected with mania; mad.
A raving lunatic; a madman.
an insane person
Maniac (Also known as "Sex Maniac") is a 1934 black and white exploitation/horror film written by Hildegarde Stadie and directed by Dwain Esper. The film, a loose adaptation of the Edgar Allan Poe story "The Black Cat", tells the tale of a former vaudeville actor working with a mad scientist who attempts to bring life to the dead. The actor kills the doctor, and, in an effort to hide his crime, "becomes" the doctor, taking over his work, dressing like him, wearing his beard, and slowly going insane.