re: Poker & 2 all ins on bubble, same stack size
The post I'm about to make can safely be ignored by everyone. I'm merely explaining how strangely my mind decided to look at the situation earlier.
Originally Posted by Dorkus Malorkus
then i can only assume they would chop third place money.
(your scenario does work btw unless i'm missing something)
It works in regards to illustrate a situation where they would split the money, but not to show what I thought you meant originally. Like this:
Player A has AK, ace of hearts. He has B and C covered and they have identical stacks.
Player B has KK, no hearts.
Player C has QQ, no hearts.
Everyone slowplays like it's 1999, and the money, somehow, doesn't go in until the turn where it's
Q-5-4-3, all hearts.
The river is another heart. Clearly Player A takes the pot. My interpretation of what you said earlier ("who has the best hand") was - and I was clearly not thinking straight - that it mattered who had the best hand preflop. In this case, it was the QQ-guy who had the best hand before the river, but the KK guy who had the best preflop hand.