Yeah, he did. I was the one everyone believed was right but it turned out I was wrong, even though I was the only one that noticed it.
I forgot to discount one of the flush outs in my example, because they would give the better hand a full house.
My example was: flopping an open ended straight draw on a paired board vs an underpair to the board.
IE. KsQs on a Js Ts Td flop vs 2d 2c. I assumed KsQs had 9 flush outs, 6 extra straight outs, 3 kings, 3 queens, and 3 jacks for 24 outs, but I forgot to discount the 2s, which gives the deuces a boat. As such, KsQs only has 23 outs on the flop.
Any non-spade card from 3 to 8 on the turn increases the outs by 2, giving KsQs 25 outs.
Hence the repost. He wants to know if there is a 26 out situation. Good luck to him, as I'm out of ideas.