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Best 5 cards every time Your 4 does not play because it is lower than the 2 pair on the table You: 7, 7, 6, 6, 5 Opponent : 7, 7, 6, 6, 9 You lose because your opponent has a higher kicker If the board was 10, 7, 7, 6, 6 you both would have played the board and split the pot WIKI list of poker hands
Either the pair in hand (if that is bigger than at least one of the community pairs) or if it is smaller than both of them, the 5th card will come into play. So, your opponent by 5th card "9" wins in the scenario given.
It aint over till the river. If T9 suited come up then you lose to a straight flush. Otherwise you win with a higher flush. An ace high flush is called the nut flush. But it would still lose to a full house, four or a kind, or a straight flush. When it is part of made part of the hand you don't call it a kicker. It is an ace high flush or king high ...
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