This is a discussion on Quad on Community Card (board) within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; My question is :
player 1 have A-10off
player 2 have K-9 off
player 3 have 9-10 off
who win with a board like : Jh-Js-Jc-Jd and 3c
J-J-J-J-A, which is the highest possible hand. A kicker beats anything else.
November 13th, 2016, 11:43 AM
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Yes, just remember that poker is a 5 card game, where the top five cards always count, but not more than that. If people have the same value of hand, a kicker decides who wins.
If the board had been JJJJA, everyone would have chopped because even though one person would have had two aces, all of the players would have had JJJJA because only 5 cards count.
Hope that makes sense!
November 13th, 2016, 7:37 PM
If any player has an ace it' the nuts and he can't lose unless he doesn't know rules of poker and folds.
November 13th, 2016, 9:09 PM
Propane Goat [4,018]
Game: no game :(
re: Poker & Quad on Community Card (board)
Ditto to the above, except remember that this applies to Texas Hold'em. If you are playing a different game such as Omaha (let's just take Omaha Hi as an example), you have to use two and only two of your four hole cards plus three of the community cards to make a hand. The same hand rankings apply, but with the restrictions just mentioned.
November 13th, 2016, 9:49 PM
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I do not know all the variants of Poker, but in Texas Hold'em you can use 1 or 2 cards in your hand, you only have to see that there is a poker the Jacks on the table, so it will only import the highest card of those that are in the hands of the players, that is, it does not matter if they have pairs, or that they have what they have, it will only matter the highest card of each player to be the jackpot poker player, The highest kicker in this case is that of the player who owns the Ace, so he wins the hand ...