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Why i lost this hand? [duplicate]

Table straight. so tied or do I have higher card? How come I lost? Like my hand was 'a straight, ace high', and I assume, he had the same? What am I missing. This is from Unibet site and I really don'...
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Do you split a straight [duplicate]

If the board is showing a straight & you have the same straight using a card in your hand that is the same straight as the board… ex: Q J 10 9 8 on the board & you have a Q in your hand… who ...
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Who wins A,2,3,4,5 or 3,4,5,6,7 in Texas hold‘em? [duplicate]

Playing Texas hold‘em without 8 9 10. The cards up are 2, 3, 4, 6, 7. I have a A, 5 and the other person has a 5, J. Who wins the straight? The person with the Ace or the Jack?
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Is 8 / 9 better than 7 / 9 in terms of straight?

Is 8 / 9 better than 7 / 9 pre-flop in terms of straight? I know that 8 / 9 is better than 5 / 9 for example because chances are you can get a "top straight". But I'm not sure if 8 / 9 is ...
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In 7 card stud with low card(s) wild, is A-2-3-4-5-J-J a five card high straight?

There was a disagreement that the hand was a 5 high straight as the player contended that his NON-wild card straight was valid. It was pointed out to the player that in "Low Card Wild" games ...
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Which among A, K, Q, J, 10 and A, 2, 3, 4, 5 of different suite is higher in Texas hold'em poker [duplicate]

A2345 (different suits) is a straight and I have doubt whether AKQJ10 (different suit) can also be called as a straight or not. If both are straights then which one is higher?
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Odds for straight or flush on the flop

What are the odds of hitting a straight or a flush on the flop with 2 suited cards that are max 3 cards apart, meaning: A2s, A3s, A4s, A5s, 23s, 23s, 24s, 25s, 34s .... AKs
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