After an hour, my patience is wearing out when I get a nine of diamonds and ten of clubs in hand, with a ten of spades, jack of clubs and queen of clubs on the flop.
What does JOC stand for?
JOC stands for Jack of Clubs
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We have 73 other meanings of JOC in our Acronym Attic
- Joint Ontario Business Sector (Ontario, Canada)
- Jumpstart Our Business Strength Act (US Senate Bill 1637)
- Justifiable Obnoxious Battle for Survival :-)
- Job Observation and Behavior Scale: Opportunity for Self-Determination (self-assessment)
- Japan Open Business Software Association
- Job Training Assessment Program
- Johannesburg (South Africa)
- Journal of Basic Writing
- Job Opportunity Building Zone
- Chief Journalist (Naval Rating)
- Jago Owners Club (automobile club; UK)
- Jail Oversight Commission
- Japanese Olympic Committee
- Jars of Clay (band)
- Java Object Cache
- Java Outlook Connector (software)
- Jazz Orchestra of the Concertgebouw (Netherlands)
- Jet Operations Course (aka Jet Orientation Course)
- Jet Orientation Course (aka Jet Operations Course)
- Jeunesse Ouvriere Catholique (French)
Samples in periodicals archive:
By combining the jack of clubs with the five of clubs, the player now also has one point, bringing the grand total to 29, which is considered the most difficult hand to achieve in cribbage, according to Torres.
Jack Amos, 75, who was known as Jack of Clubs lost his battle with lung cancer at home in Blackhill, Consett, on Saturday.
On the turn, a jack of clubs turned up that suggested his opponent was chasing a flush.
I called and the flop came out as the 8, 7 and Jack of clubs - I'd flopped the nut flush so I checked.
Is it (a) Queen of Hearts, (b) Jack of Clubs or (c) King of Spades?
For example, if you hold the Queen and King of Hearts and the flop is the Nine of Hearts plus the 10 and Jack of Clubs then keep raising and your opponents will hopefully follow.
He had also written his Jack of Clubs column for the Sunday Sun for 11 years, detailing life in the clubs.