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The winner is whoever can find the best five cards from among their private cards and the shared cards. We often describe a hand as fewer than five cards - if I have KKA92 I might say I have a "pair of kings" or a "pair of kings with an ace kicker", but the truth is that I have a pair of kings with an ace kicker and then a 9 kicker and then a 2 kicker; it's ...


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I'm assuming no "special" features such as the unnamed cards giving anyone a flush, or full house. You will have a pair of kings. So does the other player. You both get the ace. So far, your "hands" are both KK A. You have an 8, and your opponent has a 9. At this point, you are trailing with KKA8 versus KKA9. There will be a fifth card, X, to fill your ...


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Because Player 1 made the final raise, he should be the first to show his cards when players reach the showdown. However, according to the World Series Of Poker rules, When a player holds a hand that is likely the winner, they should show that hand immediately to speed play. In this case, it appears Player 2, in an effort to speed up play, short-cutted ...


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When there are only two players left, player 2 showing his hand hurts him and no one else. Thus you can just ask him to make an official move (i.e. actually call), and then proceed with the game. This would work even if the previous bid wasn't All In - player 1 could continue playing with full knowledge of player 2's hand, and player 2 has only himself to ...


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The pot is split. In hold-em, each player is judged by the best 5 cards that they can put together between the board and their hand. In this case, for both players, that is just the five cards on the board. Sherry's queens cannot be used as kickers because they do not appear in the best five card hand.



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