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In poker, when you know in your gut you are beat but call a bet anyway, it is an "orange belt" play, i.e., a classic intermediate move.

The implication is that a white-belt player wouldn't even know they were beat and would call, and a black belt player would know they were beat and fold.
"Oh man, this is such and orange-belt call."

"I want to orange belt you so badly, but I'm going to be disciplined and fold."
by milesmason777 February 20, 2009

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