Originally Posted by Effexor
I was over at my brother in laws place this evening and witnessed something that unless I was mistaken, was an error on Absolute poker.
He was playing in a SNG, and wasn't involved in the hand. Here's what went down:
Player 1 has JsJc
Player 2 has AhTd
They both ended up all in preflop.
The board ended up being all spades. Ks Qs Ts 5s 2s
The pot was split between the 2 players, the message said they both had a King high flush.
Wouldn't the Js that Player 1 had make his flush a better hand?
What were the stack sizes? I've been fooled by that before. They don't put enough details in the dealer comments at A.P. Example: If one guy shoves 3000 and one guy calls for his whole stack of 1000, A.P's comments don't say anything about kickers, etc. It just says 1 guy gets 2000 (the uncalled overage) and the other guy gets 2000 (the win).
I could be wrong, but I think it would be pretty hard to have a program glitch that would mess up just a specific situation like that. The glitch would be more widespread.