A two-pair poker hand, namely "aces and eights."
This card combination gets its name from a legend that it was the five-card-draw hand held by Wild Bill Hickok, when he was murdered on August 2, 1876, in Saloon No. 10 at Deadwood, South Dakota.
the term originated from the pulling the brake of a train system. the system is such that when the driver is not active or in case is dead the train will automatically stop.
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