What is a Blank in Poker?

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Last Updated: January 30, 2024


A blank in poker is a community card that doesn’t help any player in the game make a stronger hand. It’s also known as a brick or a rag.

Blank Poker Example:

Let’s say you have a J T hand, and your opponent has an A 8 hand. After the turn, the board reads A Q T 9. After the following betting round, the river brings a 2 on the board. This card is called a blank, as it didn’t help you or your opponent.

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