This is a discussion on Three Of A Kind vs. 2 High Pairs within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; A friend and I were playing when we got stuck in our game. We don't know who would've won this hand since neither of us
A friend and I were playing when we got stuck in our game. We don't know who would've won this hand since neither of us has been in this situation before. Below is each of our hands. He has 2 Pairs of Aces & Kings. I have a Three of a Kind with Queens. Who would've won? Why?
Red Queen - Hearts Suite
Red Queen - Diamond Suite BlackQueen - Clover Suite BlackJack - Spades Suite BlackSeven - Clover Suite
Red Ace - Hearts Suite BlackAce - Clover Suite
Red King - Diamond Suite BlackKing - Clover Suite
Red Nine - Diamond Suite
4th July 2005, 5:23 PM
Poker at: Fulltilt
Ermmmm.... 3 of a kind always beats 2 pair. Heres the heirachy of cards beginning from the lowest:
High card (no pair, player with highest card wins)
3 of a Kind
Quads (4 of a Kind)
On a side note if you have two pair Kings and Twos and your opponent holds Queens and Jacks, you win the pot. Whoever holds the highest pair if bothhold two pair wins. You dont combine the "pair values" or whatever.
I know your question wasnt about this but I figured Id throw it in as well.