In a home game of Omaha, the board is: J♦ T♦ 8♦ 6♦ K♣. Winning hand took the pot with a flush with his A♦ 3♦. If both cards have to play how can the three be played in place if all higher cards?


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Some specific things to notice about Omaha hands are:

As in Texas hold 'em, three or more suited cards on the board makes a flush possible, but unlike that game, a player always needs two of that suit in hand to play a flush. Omaha hold'em

In your case, you need to keep the A♦3♦ and pick three diamonds from the board (the 3 highest ones): J♦T♦8♦

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