Tips for Playing Texas Holdem Hands : Community Cards in Texas Holdem

Tips for Playing Texas Holdem Hands : Community Cards in Texas Holdem


Hi I’m Melissa Powell with Expert Village.
Now that we’ve gone over all of that, let’s
go through one fake game, just so you can
make sure you know all the rules and how it
works. Now who would win this game? So let’s
start over here. This player has a nine of
hearts and an ace of spades. Let’s see what
they have with the community cards. Well,
they don’t have a flush, because they don’t
have anymore diamonds. There are only two
heats, and the third doesn’t help much. So
the only thing this player has is ace high.
Assuming nobody else can beat the ace high,
that could potentially win. Let’s move on
to the next player. Let’s see what we have
here. A five of spades and a two of diamonds.
The two of diamonds could help here, but you
need five to make a flush. That doesn’t help
out very much, however we do have a pair here.
And this two and that two make another pair.
So at the moment, this hand has two pairs.
The five doesn’t help out at all, but they
do have two pairs, which already beats the
ace high. Let’s move on. This player over
here has a four of spades and an ace of clubs.
Once again the four doesn’t help. There’s
nothing it can do, and the ace high is the
only thing this hand has. As we’ve determined
earlier, though, the two pair beat the ace
high. That player does not win. Let’s move
on to the final hand. We have a seven of hearts
and an ace of clubs. The seven of hearts doesn’t
help, however the eight makes a pair with
this eight, and the other pair of the two
threes, easily beating the two. So as you
can see, this player would win with a pair
of eights and a pair of threes. The pot would
easily go to that player.

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