Originally Posted by steveiam
The use of the word Donk is not correct in the situation you describe. A donk is somebody who leads out after the flop without being the pre flop aggressor.
You are referring to the Verb "donk" while I'm referring to the Noun "donk"
Taken from PokerTerms.com
word type: noun
1.An unskilled player, often one who plays extremely loosely, yet passively.
3.To call a raise and then lead out with a bet on the following street. (verb)
Generally a "Donk" is someone who doesn't have a lot of experience, but thinks they're "King Shit of Terd Island". -Blogger "BTD"
I was cruising as one of the chip leaders until I donked off all my chips and missed the money. -Unknown
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While "donk" or "donk bet" technically refer to a specific type of bet, they are more commonly used to refer to any sort of terrible bet. A donk bet can actually be a good move, depending on the situation. Some donk bets are premeditated stop-and-go bets.