3 definitions by Mike the Monger

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A Prostitute. In use in Cambodia from the 1950’s or earlier to today (2008) to describe the locally abundant freelance working girls found in parks, bars, clubs, and public places. As opposed to bar-girls, karaoke girls, massage girls, brothel girls, barbershop girls, coffee-shop girls, hostesses, and the like which are employed by the establishment.
There are several late night dinner and dance clubs located on . . . be aware the late night crowd includes and abundance of taxi girls. (1950’s Publication)

With all the new hostess bars requiring bar-fines it is nice to know that there are still free lance taxi girls available at many dance clubs and a few bars. (2008 Publication)
by Mike the Monger October 11, 2009
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Common name for a Vietnamese brothel village named Sway Pak located 11 Kilometres North of Phnom Penh in Cambodia on National Highway 5. Once notorious for housing hundreds of twenty-something, teenage and preteen prostitutes in its large brothel complexes it has now (2008) ceased 99% of its previous sex business as a result of a continuing government and NGO presents beginning in 2003. In its heyday it attracted sex tourists from all over the world and huge crowds of locals every weekend night.

Today sex tourists continue to use K11 as a noun to refer to similar spots in the third and communist world. This is a widely recognized code phrase referring to a location with an abundance of young cheaply available prostitutes.
“It's similar to K11”,

“Six for $30 just like K11”,

Where is the newest K11?”,

“Fifteen minutes walk after the border post . . . cheaper and dirtier than K11.”
by Mike the Monger October 11, 2009
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Poker game variant related to Omaha Hold'em, widespread in Hispanic groups and introduced to Anglo groups in Baja California, Southern California, Northern Mexico, Texas and Arizona.

Players receive four private cards, three of which must be combined with two of the five community cards on the board to form a poker hand . Hence the name "Three in the Hand"

By comparison Omaha or "Two in the Hand" as it in sometimes known in Hispanic communities uses just two of the four private cards to combine with three of the five community cards on the board to form a poker hand.

Betting occurs after the initial deal of four cards, after the three card flop, after the turn card and after the river card.

Like Omaha the game is often played with a high low split. Local rule variants may apply to to qualifying the low or allowing any low even pairs. Some groups require that you declare low, high or both by placing none, one or two chips in your hand at the showdown. If you declare both you must win both not just one.
Juan couldn't keep up we where switching between: Texas Hold'em, Omaha Hold'em, and Three in the Hand. He kept misreading his hand and tapped out early.

We play Omaha and "Two in the Hand", in "Two in the Hand" you have to declare like in "Three in the Hand" otherwise they are the same game.
by Mike the Monger October 21, 2009
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