A 'dry flop' is one which doesn't have very many draws - which means your hands are a little easier to play. You also need to be more wary of players who are betting aggressively on a dry flop, as draws are less likely they might have an even better hand than your top-pair, top kicker...
It might be a cold deck preflop but Slimking would have been shocked to find he's behind on the K-9-3 rainbow flop. The turn and river provide more talking points for poker experts Ross Jarvis and Karl Mahrenholz, joined by Sky Poker's Sarah Champion.
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