what you call a pair of kings in texas hold'em, instead of just a pair of "cowboys" which is the word usually used by older more experienced players. usually you can win some big pots with this hand, being that there are no aces on the board, which makes it alot easier to check-raise someone, or to slowplay them into betting, ultimately taking their money, hopefully large amounts of it be it a no-limit game, hence the name given to drug traffickers during the 80's making easy money, or a mediocre amount with a low limit $3-6 game for the crowd in it just for the fun, who would probably be happy just to get $50 with it in less than an hour of playing.
Cowboys!? More like cocaine cowboys given the size of that pot!
you sure hustled me with those cocaine cowboys.
what you call pocket aces in texas hold'em given their ability to check raise, and slowplay your opponent(s) into betting, ultimately taking their money. would be a term used more often when winning a big pot, as in a high stakes no-limit game, hence the name given to the plane associated with the CIA which was said to have helped trafficked in heroin, air america--easy money.
1) opponent: you got american airlines (pocket aces)
you: no, just flying air america
2) (loosing to pocket aces)
you: someone was flying air america!!