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We were playing texas hold'em and the cards on the table ended with 3 jacks and a couple of 4's.

On my hand was a pair of six. My opponent had a 4 and an 8. The other 2 folded

My opponent said that I had no cards connected on the table so that he should've won.

Thus, I wanted to ask the experts here who truly should've won.

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    You won your hand was jjj66, your opponent hand is jjj44. – Jon Jan 13 '17 at 6:07
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Board: J J J 4 4

Player 1: 6 6

Player 2: 4 8

Player 1's best hand is J J J 6 6 (Full house, Jacks full of Sixes)

Player 2's best hand is J J J 4 4 (Full house, Jacks full of Fours)

Therefore, Player 1 wins.

You could have answered this question yourself by reading How to determine the winning hands in poker? - this question will probably be closed as a duplicate of that question.

  • Thanks for that mate. I prolly should've done more research but didn't know exactly what to type on the search bar so I apologize for that. Really appreciate what you did though. – Noel N Jan 13 '17 at 8:49
  • No problem at all - it's not super-trivial to find the How to determine the winning hands in poker? question if you're looking for a specific answer about a particular instance. If you found the answer helpful, feel free to upvote and/or accept it. Welcome to Poker.SE! – 3N1GM4 Jan 13 '17 at 9:10

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