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If they have cards but no money left they're all in and thus the other player cannot bet more to make them fold. Whatever money was in the pot before the other player bet is all the money the person with trips can win. The player without any money left cannot be bet out of the hand. Run the cards out and see who has the best hand, if trips person ends up ...
None of the answers here get it quite right. Here's the complete scoop: Yes, Alice paid full price to see Bob's hand, and she's entitled to see it. The fact that she has shown her own hand is of no consequence; "order of show" rules only apply to situations where players are reluctant to show. Players are always encouraged to show their hands at showdown ...
Depends on the rules in use. Two common sets are Roberts rules and Tournament Directors Association (TDA) rules. From Roberts Rules: IRREGULARITIES: If the dealer prematurely deals any cards before the betting is complete, those cards will not play, even if a player who has not acted decides to fold. Also Section 5 (HOLD 'EM): If the ...
It's a chop (a draw). You both get paid equally, because the based 5-card combination is on the board (5 6 7 8 9)
It depends on the house rules :) Usually they put it back, shuffle up and deal :)
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