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maniacs, plural;
  1. A person exhibiting extreme symptoms of wild behavior, esp. when violent and dangerous
    • - a homicidal maniac
  2. An obsessive enthusiast
    • - a gambling maniac
  3. A person suffering from mania

  1. lunatic: an insane person
  2. maniacal: wildly disordered; "a maniacal frenzy"
  3. a person who has an obsession with or excessive enthusiasm for something
  4. The MANIAC(Mathematical Analyzer, Numerical Integrator, and Computer or Mathematical Analyzer, Numerator, Integrator, and Computer) was an early computer built under the direction of Nicholas Metropolis at the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory. ...
  5. Maniac, also known as Sex Maniac, is a 1934 black and white exploitation/horror film, directed by Dwain Esper and written by Hildegarde Stadie, Esper's wife, as a loose adaptation of the Edgar Allan Poe story "The Black Cat", with references to his "Murders in the Rue Morgue". ...
  6. Maniac is a 1980 American slasher film (though considered more of a splatter film), about a disturbed and traumatized serial killer who scalps his victims. It was directed by William Lustig and written by Joe Spinell and C.A. Rosenberg. ...
  7. "Maniac" is a song performed by American girl group Girlicious. Released as the second single from their second album, "Rebuilt". It officially impacted Canadian radio on March 23, 2010. It was released to ITunes Canada on April 6, 2010. ...
  8. "Maniac" is the debut single from the British band Reemer.
  9. "Maniac" is a synthpop song performed by Michael Sembello.
  10. (Maniacs) are aggressive in most if not all situations. You bet, they raise. You check, they bet. Unlike strategy C, their agression is not tempered by what cards they hold or indications that their opponent is strong. They just barge ahead. ...
  11. A player who does a lot of hyper-aggressive raising, betting, and bluffing. A true maniac is not a good player, but is simply doing a lot of gambling. However, a player who occasionally acts like a maniac and confuses his opponents is quite dangerous.
  12. A very aggressive player who plays a lot of hands.
  13. A player who plays extremely loose and aggressive, often raising with just about anything.
  14. A player that tends to bet and raise in an uncontrolled manner, usually with a total disregard to his or her hand and their opponents. ...
  15. A loose and aggressive player. A player who bets constantly and plays many inferior hands.
  16. A maniac is a player who plays ultra-aggressively, making big bets on poor cards, throwing his money around in the hopes of winning by bluffing and intimidation. A maniac can be a difficult player to play against, but may also be a big source of profits. ...
  17. A very loose and aggressive player, who bets and raises frequently, and often in situations where it is not good strategy to do so. Opposite of rock.
  18. Popular way to describe someone who seemingly bet or raise with any hand. "I really wanted to isolate the maniac, but unfortunately the big blind decided to come along too. This was a problem for me, because he had been playing very tightly so far, and I was afraid that he had me beat."
  19. A crazy player, who makes a lot of insane moves. These players are normally loosing players and very expoitable.
  20. An extremely loose player that bets and raises frequently in situations where most others would not.
  21. A name given to a type of player who seems to play any hand that they are dealt, playing them aggressively and trying to bluff when they are not holding a hand that will place within the winning ranks. These players are hard to play against but are perfect targets for tight/aggressive players.
  22. A person who plays very aggressively regardless of his hand's value.
  23. A Maniac is a player that plays almost every hand, no matter whether it's a good or a bad hand. He bets high and raises a lot (loose-aggressive). A Maniac is difficult to appraise. But long term, he must be a very good player to compete with others.
  24. A player that bets, raises and plays very aggressively usually not taking much regard for the hands that they re player but rather betting for the thrill of gambling
  25. generally used disparagingly to describe non-disabled people, with no regard to the actual situation of individuals with bipolar disorderand related conditions.