word type: poker slang

  1. A prolonged period of tilt, steam, or degenerate behavior.


The term "frenzy" was brought into mainstream consciousness by Mark Newhouse, who described many of his misadventures and indulgences as having occured "in a frenzy."

Newhouse's Frenzy

Some highlights:

Buying a shot of scotch that costs more than $1,000; playing $500/1K limit Hold 'Em vs. Joe Cassidy online for 24 hours straight; playing high stakes shuffleboard in the Bahamas.