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A reference to when a player in the big blindwins a significant pot in part because nobody made a raise during the preflop round of betting.
Also known simply as a “blind special”, since the small blind can usually limp in at a cheap price.
– the big blind has 7s2h and everyone else limps in. The flop is 7d7h2c, giving him a full house, and almost certainly the best hand.
– Having AA beat by 72 really hurts even if it was a big blind special.
– I got to see a cheap flop with 52 and flopped the nut straight it was a big blind special.