One that pokes, especially a metal rod used to stir a fire.(noun)
Any of various card games played by two or more players who bet on the value of their hands.(noun)
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Use "poker" in a sentence
"Playing hands from early position in poker is a good way to mix up your play, and that in turn helps construct an volatile image for yourself."
"Watching poker is shorthand for irresponsible and broke."
"The term poker comes to us from the German pochen, "to brag" or "to knock," or from a similar German game called pochspiel."