I probably should have gone all-in pre-flop to try and force the fold but I won't be the first to say it this week; 'that's poker'.
What does AIPF stand for?
AIPF stands for All-In Pre-Flop (poker)
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- Association Internationale de la Press Echiqueene (International Association of Chess Press; founded in 1967 by Jorge Puig)
- Association Internationale pour l'Etude des Argiles (International Association for the Study of Clays)
- Associazione Italiana Poliuretani Espansi Flessibili (Italian Association Flexible Expanded Polyurethanes)
- Atención Integrada a las Enfermedades Prevalentes de la Infancia (Spanish: Integrated Management of Childhood Illness)
- Associazione Italiana Psicologia E Psicoterapia (Italian: Italian Association of Pscyhology and Psychotherapy)
- Arizona Institute for Peace Education and Research
- American Institute on Political and Economic Systems (Prague, Czech Republic)
- Almaty Institute of Power Engineering and Telecommunications (Kazakhstan)
- Asociacion Iberoamericana de Periodistas Especializados y Tecnicos (Spanish)
- Automobile Insurance Plan Excess Loss (insurance)
- American International Polo Foundation (Illinois)
- Amiodarone-Induced Pulmonary Fibrosis
- Anaphylactoid-Inflammation-Promoting Factor
- Anti Ice Valve Position Failure
- Asia Injury Prevention Foundation (various locations)
- Associate of the Irish Photographic Federation
- Austin International Poetry Festival (Texas)
- Acute Idiopathic Peripheral Facial Palsy
- American Institute of Professional Geologists
- Association for the International Promotion of Gums
Samples in periodicals archive:
Which, mathematically, is the best hand in an all-in pre-flop situation when facing one opponent who holds pocket-2s.
Byline: BY MAL COOLHANDLUKE DAWSON A lot of players seem to move all-in pre-flop with small pocket pairs - but a "tight" player will raise in an early position.
If you go all-in pre-flop and get called by a pocket pair and don't hit your Ace or King you are out of the tournament.
Byline: BY MAL COOLHANDLUKE DAWSON MOST novices make the mistake of moving all-in pre-flop (before the community cards are dealt) with middle pocket pairs when a tight player raises under the gun (first to act after the big blind).