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reviewed Leave Open It was called “Shimoka Man”
Feb
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reviewed Close texas holdem question on split pot
Feb
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comment texas holdem question on split pot
Thanks for your Q Umbro Kid, If you search on this site for the "Top Five Card" rule you'll find the answers about split pots what you are looking for.
Feb
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reviewed Leave Open Questionable Tournament Rule With Two Players Left
Feb
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revised Questionable Tournament Rule With Two Players Left
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Feb
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comment Who will win, 2 pairs on the table or one pair in hand and one pair on the table?
@Frisbee RE: your Two Pair comment, this answer covers that possibility. "Top five cards" as a rule covers EVERY possibility. Obviously this example is Texas hold 'em. Other games will vary. If it's still not clear, and you don't think there is a definitive answer... or question about this, please write one up :)
Feb
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comment Who will win, 2 pairs on the table or one pair in hand and one pair on the table?
@Frisbee Personally, & particularly at this stage of the sites development, it's a flexible policy. I'll try to explain my reasoning. If a question is from a newer user, is well formatted, is a little different from other similar Q's in terms of content, I often decide to leave it open. I'd like these new users to gain some reputation points, get their answer, & continue to use the site more in the future. Closing all duplicate Q's doesn't seem productive in that sense. In the future, better more comprehensive answers will inevitably rise beyond these types of Q's. It's an evolving process.
Feb
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reviewed Leave Closed Who will win, 2 pairs on the table or one pair in hand and one pair on the table?
Feb
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comment Who will win, 2 pairs on the table or one pair in hand and one pair on the table?
@Frisbee The suggested question to review, and many subsequent answers definitely cover the concept required to answer this question. The concept is the stated here as the "Top Five Card" rule. It applies to this case too. To Tatiana, check it out. You'll find what you're looking for there.
Jan
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revised Full House..highest trip or card?
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Jan
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answered Full House..highest trip or card?
Jan
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comment Playing 99 in early position
@Frisbee So far as I know, it's already migrated there. Maybe not all of it, but a lot of it. Just be sure to continue it there if you do, otherwise it'll keep getting flagged up for mod attention, thanks.
Jan
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comment Playing 99 in early position
Let me be clear on this. If you want to discuss this ANY further... do it in the chat system. That is its function. It's there so other useful comments wont be drowned out by a full converstaion. If your extended discussion is useful, thats where it belongs. Thanks.
Jan
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revised What is the definition of a “redraw”?
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Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed Holding a pair and two pair are on the board. Who wins?
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
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reviewed Approve How to play the flop when two aces appear?
Jan
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reviewed Looks OK Why do people call/raise with poor hands on preflop?
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed What is the best poker tracker/software?
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reviewed No Action Needed What happens if there is royal flush on board