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### Would you call all in with king high flush with a pair on the board?

My best simple answer would be "It depends". Folding here would likely be the most accurate option if you were working in a data vacuum. I have found that most of the time the player is not ...
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### Why is full house called full house?

Before straights and flushes were added to the game in the 1860s, it was called a "full hand", because it was the only hand that used all five cards. The term "full house" came later in the 1880s, ...
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### Full House and 4 of a Kind in the Same Hand

The odds of you getting a boat are 2.60% But that number is high as you can only get quaded if the boat has a set If you are using the pair on the board to make trips then there are not two left to ...
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### Full House vs. 2xThree of a Kind Texas Holdem

They both have aces full of kings. The pot would be split. Aces are always higher than kings in holdem, except when played low as part of a A2345 straight.
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### Why is full house called full house?

A full House is a reference to real life. You have a Pair which you would refer to as Mom and Dad. You have three of a kind, who resemble the kids or siblings of the parents. And all together you ...
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### Would you call all in with king high flush with a pair on the board?

I would fold because; i doubt villain will be turning AcAx, QcQx & KcKx into a bluff. I don't think people 3bet Ac5x, Ac4x and Ac2x preflop often enough nor will they know that these are great ...
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### Full House order ranking Eights full of Nines vs Nines Full of Fives

It looks like you're playing Omaha. If that's the case, then Omaha hands are made from exactly two of your four cards plus exactly three from the board. So you cannot play the 9 and both 5s from your ...
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### Tricky Full house question

Your best hand is 77755. Your opponent's best hand is 555JJ. Sevens beat fives, so you won.
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### Multiple full houses odds in texas hold'em at a table of 8?

Board needs to be paired to even have a chance 49.9% one pair 7.62% two pair 2.87% trips 60.39% total For just one player board one pair on the board the chance of a full house is about 3.3% ...
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