Could someone explain this to me...

Shocked

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Dec 22, 2007
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I was playing Texas Holdem High and after a good rogering from the game (yes yes I know its mega high variance etc etc), I got the hand shown below..now perhaps I'm being completely stupid..but isn't that a full house..qualifying because I have a 6?
 

jas2587

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Apr 25, 2006
Location
FL
no because you can only
use 3 of the other cards
an your 2

thus 3 oak

Cindy
 

jas2587

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FL
Sleep well

The object of Texas Hold 'em is to have the highest ranking hand at the end of several betting rounds by making the best five-card hand using any combination of the two cards that are dealt to you and the five cards in the center of the table.



Cindy
 

DogBoy001

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The object of Texas Hold 'em is to have the highest ranking hand at the end of several betting rounds by making the best five-card hand using any combination of the two cards that are dealt to you and the five cards in the center of the table.

Cindy

In this single-player table version that's true, though in standard Texas Hol 'em multi-player poker Shocked would be correct, in that none of your cards need be used, it's just the best possible 5 card hand out of the 7 displayed.

Woooof
 
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