Explanation of Set

Set is a common colloquial term used to describe three of a kind in poker when made using a pocket pair in either Hold’em or Omaha. Making three of a kind without having a pocket pair in the hole can instead be referred to as making trips.

Example of Set used in a sentence -> (Hold’em) We 3bet preflop with our pocket Kings and flopped a set of Kings.

How to Use Set as Part of Your Poker Strategy 

For basic strategy advice on playing sets see the glossary entry on Three of a Kind.

See Also 

High Hand, Two Pair, Three of a Kind, Straight, Flush, Full House, Quads, Straight Flush, Royal Flush, Hold’em, Omaha, Counterfeit, Effective Stacks, Kicker, Trips

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