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I here again with another Poker question. The percentage of both player is showing 0% and the commentator is addressing that both player have equally the same hand value with whats shown on the bard no players win ..I don't get it! I thought a straight is a stronger hand than two pair which is what the other player have.I am super confused :( I am new a Poker and I would really appreciate if someone can explain this to me. Many Thanks.As you see in the picture Meijer has a straight and Czuczor tow pairs, no one has a flush though

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Split pot Both have the same flush

  • Thank you for answering my query I really appreciate it. So because there is a Flash Meijer hand(Q,J) that made the straight cancels out ? what if the other player would've have 2,3 hearts against the (Q,J) ? split pot again ? regardless what hands they had(nos spade) would still be split pot? I am sorry if I am asking too much I really like Poker and I want to learn to play Properly . – Rakki-Otoko Oct 16 at 20:30
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    Yes, regardless of the hands, if no player has a spade it's a split pot in Texas holdem – Jill Hemphill Oct 17 at 3:34
  • Only with a J(s) to make the Royal flush – Jill Hemphill Oct 17 at 3:35
  • Or a spade larger than the 8 could this pot not be split – Jill Hemphill Oct 17 at 3:35
  • Thank you so much Jill Hemphill for explaining this to me , I now understand. – Rakki-Otoko Oct 18 at 10:00

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