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I hope this is the right forum to pop this question. I am a mediocre poker player and I played most of my career Hold'em, but I registered in this Omaha tournament and so far I kicked ass, I was 1st most of the tournament and at the final table I had triple the chips than the 2nd.
Then I had this hand:
I can't seem to understand why the flush didn't count, since I had the ace of spades in my hand and I should've won that hand.
your hand must contain two cards from your deck. Your flush only contained one spade from your deck. You needed an other spade among your 4 cards to make it a valid flush.
In omaha, it's two cards from your deck + 3 from the flop to make your hand.
Last edited by zelllogan; December 30, 2013 at 04:13 PM.
So it won't take ace of spade + 10 of clubs high for example. Now that I think a little bit about it makes more sense.
For example if I have 8 in my hand, and 8 8 8 in the flop, I'll just have a set instead of 4xkind, right?
Thanks for the answer. (in case you wonder, I finished 3rd/2000 )