There are two gamblers
inat a poker table. Gambler A has a royal suit. Gambler B has a pair of Aces. Gambler A (...) all in his chips and Gambler B follows. Now I have 2 queries:-
(1) Can I say Gambler A all in his chips?
(2) Can I say Gambler B risks a pair of Aces against a royal suit?
I'm no gambler, but here's what I think.
Firstly, I'm sure you mean a "royal flush", not a "royal suit". A royal flush is ace/king/queen/jack/ten of the same suit.
1) Gambler A can, bet/put in/put up/put down/throw in/risk/gamble, all his chips, and I'm sure regular poker players will have more possibilities.
2) "Gambler B risks a pair of aces against a royal flush" – as the narrator you can say this. But of course Gambler B is not consciously making this exact play because he doesn't know what Gambler A is holding. Gambler B is merely risking his aces against a strong hand or a bluff (because Gambler A has bet all his chips).
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