In a hand of poker, when two opponenets bluff wildly with no apparent logic, including the second donkey who actually calls a large bet with no significant hand, it is known as Double Donk. This results in results in table-wide stunnage, casting a shadow of diminished credibility on the both players for a minimum of 5 hands. The same vernacular can be applied appropriately in situations such as Triple Donk and Quadruple Donk, and MASTER DONKAGE. (meaning more than 5 donkeys completely donking it up with despite all-ins around the table, and no pairs whatsoever.)
omg, a double donk!?! No, all five of you have no hand at all!! MASTER DONKAGE! Unbelievable.
de Big Clubs 22 septembre 2007

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