Where is sssimmo's slice of the pie? (in Contests)
February 22 2006 6:51 AM EST
Deuces are wild.
My hand: XX (4 of a kind Kings) I lose.
Flop: K-heart J-heart Q-club 2-spade K-diamond
You have: XX
February 22 2006 7:01 AM EST
As Bast has so kindly, yet annoyingly, pointed out: The word "flop" should be replaced with "community cards".
I wasn't being pernicious this time, really! I just thought adding another two cards to that seemed like rather a lot. :P
Xiaz on Hiatus
February 22 2006 7:08 AM EST
I have two wild cards, is that allowed?
February 22 2006 7:19 AM EST
Carbonize wins with 5 of a kind Kings!
sssimmo (Disco) 22.214.171.124 (Carbonize) (Terran Firebat) $5000 -- Contest!
February 22 2006 7:20 AM EST
Straight flush could have won too. Was hoping someone would see that first so I could enter a third player!
The only hand that beats four of a kind is a Royal Flush, which can't be achived here.
In some scoring a Straight Flush beats four of a kind, which can't be got here either (unless I'm missing something) as I can have at most only 4 harts.
Hey, with only two kings up and a possible two from two aces (being wild), how do you get 5 kings?
There are three "kings" up.
:( OK, (I'm not known for my poker knowledge...) I thought that apart from my two cards, I only had access to these;
K-heart J-heart Q-club 2-spade K-diamond
there being only two kings, the Heart and Diamond?
2's are wild, not aces....
Ignore me, I'm going to crawl off to a little hole somehwere...
Xiaz on Hiatus
February 22 2006 7:35 AM EST
I came to the same conclusion as GL, but me, well, being me, thought why not utilise them Jokers! And I'm glad I did!
I'd like to dedicate this win, to all those folk whom have little to no idea about poker, this one is for you guys!
February 22 2006 8:05 AM EST
There were no Jokers! Just wild deuces :)
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