Showdown



noun
1.
the laying down of one’s cards, face upward, in a card game, especially poker.
2.
a conclusive settlement of an issue, difference, etc., in which all resources, power, or the like, are used; decisive confrontation:
An international showdown was inevitable.
noun
1.
(informal) an action that brings matters to a head or acts as a conclusion or point of decision
2.
(poker) the exposing of the cards in the players’ hands on the table at the end of the game
showboat

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