“Shark” is a term that originated from poker. A shark is a term used to describe a player with a tight- aggressive play style. This means that they fold the majority of their hands, but when they do play a hand, they usually make big, well placed bets. Most sharks are very good players.
Just don’t play at Table 3. That old guy with the brown hair is a shark. You’re gonna lose your money.
“Dyno” is a term that originated from rock climbing. A “dyno” describes a move in which a rock climber vertically jumps or propels themselves from one rock hold to another. It is always viewed as an impressive feat for any climber.
Did you just see that girl pull of that dyno on the boulder wall? She’s only 9 years old!
A person would yell out the term “Kobe!” when taking a shot in basketball or when throwing anything into some sort of basket. It is a reference to the star basketball player Kobe Bryant. It is yelled out in the hopes that mentioning the name of a basketball legend when making your shot will make it go in. It has developed into a joke over the years.
“Fish” is a term that originated from poker. The term “fish” describes a player who is new to the game and gets taken advantage of by the other players. They are scared to put too much money at risk, but they like to play a lot of hands. Once they call initially, it is easy for a good player to push them out of a hand with a large bet. Everybody loves to have a fish at their table.
That was the most profitable game ever. That fish was basically handing me his chips!
“Donkey” is a term that is used in poker. It is used to describe a player that knows the rules but makes stupid decisions that somehow end up negatively affecting a better player. These are by far the most disliked players in the game.
Wait hang on a second!... You called my bluff with a pair of deuces? You’re a total donkey! You don’t deserve to play this game! (angry poker player)
“Flash” is another term that originated from rock climbing. The term “flash” is used to describe a flawless climb. A climber can say that they flashed a climb if they went from bottom to top without hesitating or taking any falls.
I just flashed that 5.11 climb, did you see that? I’m the man!