The following is the nicknames of poker hand with Nines To Twos in poker games that you should know so you will be able to cheer them up next time you play in the sites like Idn poker
Hands With Nines
Nine-Nine (9-9) 9♥, 9♦
- Phil Hellmuth: Named for the holder of the 1989 WSOP winner who won with this hand.
- Hitlers: Nein means no in German.
- Red Balloons: After the famous song 99 Red Balloons.
- Wayne Gretzky: The jersey number of the Canadian hockey legend.
- Popeyes: Looks like Popeye’s muscular arms.
Nine-Eight (9-8) 9♣, 8♥
- Olds or Oldsmobile: Because the ’98 Oldsmobile was the biggest of the line.
Nine-Seven (9-7) 9♠, 7♠
- Persian Carpet Ride: Named by Antonio Esfandiari, for whom this hand was a favorite.
Nine-Six (9-6) 9♠, 6♦
- Big Lick: A sexual reference to the 69 position and reference to “Big Slick”.
- Breakfast of Champions: A sexual reference to the 69 position.
- Dinner for Two: A sexual reference to the 69 position.
- Happy Meal/Percy/Good Lover/Big Love/The Dirty: More sexual references to the 69 position.
Nine-Five (9-5) 9♥, 5♦
- Dolly or Dolly Parton: For the star’s famous movie “9 to 5.”
- Hard Working Man: Someone who works 9 to 5.
Nine-Four (9-4) 9♦, 4♣
- San Francisco: For the San Francisco football team the 49ers.
- Joe Montana: The famous football player for the San Francisco 49ers.
- 49er: San Francisco 49ers NFL Football team. Also refers to the men of the gold rush era who mined the Sierra Nevada hills near San Francisco.
Nine-Three (9-3) 9♣, 3♥
- Jack Benny: Because Jack Benny always insisted he was “39” years old.
Nine-Two (9-2) 9♥, 2♦
- Twiggy: Because the famous supermodel’s waist measurement was said to be 29 inches.
- Montana Banana: Bananas will grow in Montana’s cold climate before someone wins with this hand.
Hands With Eights
Eight-Eight (8-8) 8♠, 8♦
- Snowmen: Nicknamed due to the 8’s resemblance of a snowman.
- Dog Balls (Doggie Balls): 8 looks like a pair of balls.
- Fat Ladies/Two Fat Ladies: Famous bingo call. Because it looks like a pair of large women side-by-side.
- Time Travel: Because the DeLorean in the movie Back to the Future needed to reach 88mph to travel through time.
- Piano/Wurlitzer: Refers to the number of keys on a piano/organ.
- Pretzels: Looks like the twists of two pretzels.
- Lacey: The 8s resemble shoelaces.
Eight-Seven (8-7) 8♠, 7♣
- RPM: Refers to the speed of the old-fashioned records that spun at 78 revolutions per minute.
Eight-Six (8-6) 8♦, 6♥
- Henry Bowen: For the Texas gambler.
- Eubie: If you bet this pair “u-be” broke.
- Maxwell Smart: The number moniker of the character Maxwell Smart (Agent 86) from Get Smart.
- Rick James: For the famous singer who passed away on August 6th.
- Pooch: For the player Bill Puccio who swears this is the winningest hand.
Eight-Five (8-5) 8♥, 5♦
- Chad: The number of football player Chad Ochocinco, which is the literal Spanish translation of “eight five”.
Eight-Four (8-4) 8♦, 4♣
- Orwell: For the author George Orwell who wrote the book 1984.
- Big Brother: A reference to the theme of George Orwell’s book 1984.
Eight-Three (8-3) 8♠, 3♥
- Raquel Welch: Because she claims to be 38 every year.
Eight-Two (8-2) 8♦, 2♥
- Tadpole: What the duck ate.
Hands With Sevens
Seven-Seven (7-7) 7♦, 7♥
- Hockey Sticks: Because a 7 looks like an upside-down hockey stick.
- Candy Canes: For the resemblance to a pair of candy canes.
- Axes/Walking Sticks/Mullets/Scythes: Because 7s look a little like these things.
- Sunset Strip: Reference to the television show 77 Sunset Strip.
Seven-Six (7-6) 7♦, 6♣
- Trombones: From the song 76 Trombones.
- Union Oil: For Union 76 gas stations.
Seven-Five (7-5) 7♠, 5♠
- 007: For the winning hand in the Bond movie Casino Royale.
- Heinz: For the 57 sauces of Heinz.
- Vietnamese Slick: The Vietnam War ended in ’75.
Seven-Four (7-4) 7♣, 4♥
- Kalashnikov: A reference to the AK-47 assault rifle.
- Double Down: The hand most likely to lead to a Double Down in Blackjack.
Seven-Three (7-3) 7♥, 3♦
- Dutch Waiter/Swedish Busboy: Sven carrying a tray.
- Joe Hachem: For the 2005 WSOP main event champion who won with a 7-3.
Seven-Two (7-2) 7♦, 2♥
- Beer Hand: (Off-suit only) If you win with this hand you deserve a beer. Also given this nickname because only someone drinking too much beer would bet on this hand.
- W.H.I.P.: (Off-suit only) The acronym for “Worst Hand In Poker.”
Hands With Sixes
Six-Six (6-6) 6♣, 6♠
- Cherries: Because a six looks like a cherry.
- Route 66: After the famous road between LA and Chicago.
- Kicks: For the lyric “Get your Kicks on Route 66.”
Six-Five (6-5) 6♠, 5♥
- Bus Pass: Because free bus passes are given to UK citizens over 65.
- Ken Warren: For his winning WSOP hand.
Six-Four (6-4) 6♥, 4♠
- Billion Dollar Hand: Reference to the popular old TV show the $64,000 Question.
- Gilchrist: The Australian cricketer Adam Gilchrist hit a lot of 6s and 4s.
Six-Three (6-3) 6♦, 3♥
- Blocky: Nickname of Broomcorn from author Doyle Brunson’s “SuperSystem” that used the 63 as an ambush.
- Spanish Inquisition: Because it is an unassuming hand that nobody expects to win. From the Monty Python quote “nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition.”
Six-Two (6-2) 6♥, 2♠
- Aimsworth: After a long-winded story from Byron Wolford about who played with this hand and ended up with four of a kind 2s.
Hands With Fives
Five-Five (5-5) 5♠, 5♣
- Nickels: A nickel is worth 5 cents.
- Speed Limit: Nickname given because 55 is a common US speed limit on highways.
- Sammy Hagar: From his pop song “I Can’t Drive 55.”
- Snakes: For the resemblance to a pair of snakes.
Five-Four (5-4) 5♦, 4♥
- Colt 45: For the famous gun.
- Jesse James: Because the gunslinger was allegedly shot by a .45.
- Moneymaker: The winning poker hand of the famous poker player Chris Moneymaker at the 2003 WSOP.
Five-Three (5-3) 5♣, 3♥
- Juggernaut: From Magic: The Gathering. The artefact card had the power of five and toughness of three.
Five-Two (5-2) 5♥, 2♠
- Bomber: From the big B-52 bomber aircraft.
- Pick-up: After the card game 52 card pick-up.
- Two Bits: The archaic reference to a 25-cent piece.
- Quarter: 25 cents.
Hands With Fours
Four-Four (4-4) 4♣, 4♠
- Darth Vader (two black cards): Dark Side of the Fours.
- Magnum: Because the famous gun the Magnum is a 44.
- Sailboats: Nicknamed because the double fours look like two sails.
- Luke Skywalker/Princess Leia: May the Fours be with you.
Four-Three (4-3) 4♥, 3♦
- Waltz: Because musical waltzes are always in Â¾ time.
- Books: What is a tree for?
Four-Two (4-2) 4♠, 2♣
- Jack Bauer: For the character in 24.
- Lumberman’s Hand: Nicknamed for the common lumber stock two by four (2×4).
- The Principle: Because it was Canadian politician Steven Hick’s favorite hand, saying he played it “on principle.”
- The Answer: Referring to the computer’s answer to everything in the novel/movie “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”.
Hands With Threes
Three-Three (3-3) 3♦, 3♣
- Crabs: Nicknamed due to the number’s resemblance to a crab on its side.
- Treys: Taken from the Old French word for three (tres).
Three-Two (3-2) 3♥, 2♠
- Can of Corn: Baseball reference to an easy to catch ball, coming from a store clerk dropping a can of corn off a high shelf. Given the reference because it is the lowest ‘non-hand’ in poker with 2-2 being a pair.
- The Nut Low: The lowest possible hand in poker.
- Hooter Hand: Because famous dealer Houth “Hooter” Houn played this hand as aggressively as an AK, with varying success.
- Michael Jordan: The basketball great wore jersey number 23.
Hands With Twos
Two-Two (2-2) 2♠, 2♣
- Ducks: Twos are often called ducks in poker, there’s a vague similarity in appearance.
- Desmond: Named after Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
- Quack Quack: The sound two ducks make.
- Richard Nixon: Nicknamed after Richard Nixon’s famous double peace sign.
- Swarovskis: Resemble the Swarovski Crystal swans.
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