Running It Twice

In some cash games, if a player is all in before the river has been dealt, the players involved can agree to "run it twice" which means dealing the remaining streets two times, with half the pot in each instance going to the player making the best hand. (Players can also "run it" more than twice by having the remaining cards dealt more times, if they wish and the game allows it.)

For example, a player with AK goes all in and gets called by another with QQ, and they agree to run it twice. The first board is dealt and comes 28K98, meaning the first player wins with kings, then the second comes 933J7, meaning the second player wins with queens. The two players split the pot, each winning half.