• A board texture that allows little to none draw type of hands is called a dry board. Along that line a situation that allows for little to none profit can be considered as dry too.
    Dry boards can still have a certain dynamic towards overcards, which could be seen as six out draws, so there are certain boards that tend to be even more dry.


    :Ass :6hh :2dd A very dry board, where overcards are only to the second board card. Typically these boards are as static as it gets in terms of the runout and changes to relative handstrength from flop to river.

    :8ss :4hh :4dd Still adry board, but there are a lot of overcards possible to the top board card. This board has certainly dynamics towards overcard value on most run-outs.

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