Dry Board Meaning – A Board With Very Little Connectivity
A dry board refers to the connectedness of the cards on the community board. More specifically, a dry board is a situation in which the board doesn’t provide you with many possibilities for any strong drawing hands. It’s the opposite of a wet board.
For example, a flop of Ks, 8h, 2d is considered a dry board. This is because it doesn’t provide a flush draw. And, because the cards are too far in value from each other, it also doesn’t provide you with a straight draw.