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Me and a couple friends were playing poker and me and one of my friends had a pair. She had a pair in her hands and I had a pair using one of the cards from the flop. She had a Pair Of Q's, I had a pair of A's. I used an Ace From the table to make my pair and her pair is in her hand, who won?

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    You haven't actually given us enough information to answer the question unless we make some assumptions. Next time you ask, tell us what all 9 cards are (your two, his two, the five on the board). – Lee Daniel Crocker Apr 3 '15 at 19:23
  • Your pair wins, regardless if it's paired with the board, even if your friend have a pocket-pair like QQ or KK eg. using both her cards. This doesn't give value since the combination of five 5-card matters, now how much of your hole cards are you using. – user1165 Apr 3 '15 at 20:08
  • You can't find the answer to this with a simple google search? – wvdz Apr 6 '15 at 10:10
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Assuming you are playing Texas Hold'em. Its the best 5 card hand using ANY combination of your hole cards (Cards in your hand) and the community cards (cards on the table).

You won the hand with a pair of Aces. Pair of Aces > Pair of Queens.

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