If the board had A,A,3,6,6

In my hand I had a 9,3. My oppents hand had a Q,5 Who wins?


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From my knowledge of poker hands, this looks like your opponent has the best hand with the best possible 5 cards being A,A,6,6,Q. This translates to aces and sixes with a Queen kicker.

This beats your best possible hand of A,A,6,6,9

  • Thanks I thought they were lying to me cause I had a pair on the board😀
    – Helen
    Jul 10, 2017 at 8:17
  • @Helen Yes I had that same confusion, I haven't played in a while and I was under the false impression that a pair made up of a card in your hand is better than on the flop and river and so on. Its calculated by the best possible hand between all cards in play. Jul 10, 2017 at 8:24

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