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Two Queen of Clubs Flop in High-Stakes Poker Hand (Video)

by: Penn Collins On  Friday, July 3, 2015
Tags:  Online Poker   Phil Ivey   Poker2   WPT   WSOP  

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The fundamental premise of a poker hand is reading your opponent so that you can assess the odds and risks of not only your hand, but the hands that you think your opponents have. That’s a little hard to do when you’ve got multiple versions of the same card floating around in the deck.

What’s most funny about this high-stakes poker hand is that none of the players even realized two of the same card were sitting next to each other until after the hand, and even then, they needed to be notified by the house. The hand was considered dead and order was restored.

I’m bummed that three players didn’t go all in with three queens, only to realize that there can’t be five queens on the table.

Hat Tip – [F5 Poker]