$Freeroll PLO MTT Deep Stacked: Quad x Quad

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Can anyone tell me what the probability of this happening?
 

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There is just one Quad- 4444.
5555 is not countable since you have to count 2yours cards and 2 cards from the flop.
 
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There is just one Quad- 4444.
5555 is not countable since you have to count 2yours cards and 2 cards from the flop.

in theory yes, but in practice, I lost that hand!

that is, in this case I believe that when it is quads, can be only one card from the hand.

honestly, as it doesn’t happen very often, I don’t know exactly the tiebreaker criterion, but I’ll look more deep.

if anyone knows please share!

thanks regards GL :eek:
 
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There is just one Quad- 4444.
5555 is not countable since you have to count 2yours cards and 2 cards from the flop.



ohhh, after playing hundreds of hands, eliminating several players and reaching 12th place, it’s only now that I realize that it was H / L

you’re really right, he couldn’t quad with just one card in his hand, but then he won with the lowest hand, which would be a pair?
 
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ohhh, after playing hundreds of hands, eliminating several players and reaching 12th place, it’s only now that I realize that it was H / L

you’re really right, he couldn’t quad with just one card in his hand, but then he won with the lowest hand, which would be a pair?
Yes, it is weird hand, maybe someone else can give us answer :)
 
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There is just one Quad- 4444.
5555 is not countable since you have to count 2yours cards and 2 cards from the flop.

Yes it is countable. In Omaha you uses any two of your cards and any 3 community cards. His hand is 55558. He uses a 5 and 8 from his hand and all three community 5's.
 
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Yes it is countable. In Omaha you uses any two of your cards and any 3 community cards. His hand is 55558.
So they used 5 and any other card to make quad ? Hmmm ok
 
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ohhh, after playing hundreds of hands, eliminating several players and reaching 12th place, it’s only now that I realize that it was H / L

you’re really right, he couldn’t quad with just one card in his hand, but then he won with the lowest hand, which would be a pair?

He won with quad 5's like I describe in my post above.

If this was PLO8 no low hand is possible in this hand. There needs to be 3 unique community cards 8 or less for a low hand to be possible. A low hand is 5 unique cards 8 or less no pairs allow.
http://www.pokerology.com/lessons/omaha-high-low/
 
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He won with quad 5's like I describe in my post above.

If this was PLO8 no low hand is possible in this hand. There needs to be 3 unique community cards 8 or less for a low hand to be possible. A low hand is 5 unique cards 8 or less no pairs allow.
http://www.pokerology.com/lessons/omaha-high-low/



thanks for the contribution Perry!

So as I understand it, it was really two quads, and he won by having a bigger hand than mine, correct?

regards :confused:
 
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