For example, if you have a Jack and Ten and there is a Queen and Nine on the board, then you have an 'open-ended' straight draw. Any King or Eight will complete your straight. On the other hand if you have a Jack and Ten and there is just an Ace and Queen on board, then you only have an 'inside' straight draw. You need a King to make a straight.
A poker player is drawing if they have a hand that is incomplete and needs further cards to become valuable. The hand itself is called a draw or drawing hand. For example, in seven-card stud, if four of a player's first five cards are all spades, but the hand is otherwise weak, they are drawing to a flush.
His favorite was Never draw to an inside straight. In poker, if you hold 5-6-8-9, you need the 7 (the “inside” card) to make a straight. But —if you plan your next move on a wild hope, on the rare chance of drawing the 7, rather than pursuing a statistically plausible strategy, you will almost always fail.
Inside Wrap Straight Draw In Omaha, an inside wrap draw is a straight draw with eight or nine outs. It occurs when you have three ranks in your hand that are all outs to your straight (the eight outs scenario occurs when one of these three cards is paired in your hand).
Now with your A4 you additionally have an inside straight draw, giving three extra outs. (There are four 3s that would make a straight. One of these is a diamond and you’ve already counted that out in your flush draw, hence three extra outs not four).
A gut shot, or inside straight draw would be a hand like 7 8 9 J where the missing link card is in the middle of the run, in this case the 10. In this particular draw, only a 10 would make the straight which would be four outs. An open ended straight would have 8 outs to make a straight and is twice as likely to hit.
Players who catch this card make an Inside Straight. J. Jackpot Poker A form of poker in which the cardroom or casino offers a jackpot to a player who has lost with a really big hand (usually Aces full or better). Jacks-or-Better A form of poker in which a player needs to have at least a pair of jacks to open the betting. K. Kansas City Lowball.
Inside Straight Draw. An inside straight draw only has four outs, so you’ve got a roughly 16% chance to complete your straight when you’re on the flop, and 8% on the turn. Open-Ended Straight Draw. An open-ended straight draw (or a double inside draw) has eight outs, so you’ve got about a 32% chance of making your straight by the river.