rpd&b is an acronym that stands for the newly created term by (dave summerz ceo of pokergodz international.)

run pure, deep & bink.

the three poker terms above are highly used to describe the good fortune players may experience during a session.

running pure- flopping sets alot, hitting all your draws on the turn, big pairs holding, winning majority of flips, winning all flips for your stack, winning 90% of 60/40s, winning all your 80/20s, and hitting that a when you get it in aq to kk late.

run deep: to go far in a tournament and outlast most or all players.

bink: to win or take down a tourny.
i wish u the best of luck rpd&b!

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