Why did I loose against his hand?

    • uhhi2000
      uhhi2000
      Basic
      Joined: 04.04.2014 Posts: 2
      Hey anybody who know why I lose this hand? Apparently I do not know all the types of pokerhand-setups. Is it not so that I has a full house against a 3 of a kind.. right? Why do bsc1001 win this hand? If he now had something better than a 3 of a kind can someone then please tell me what he had? Would be glad if someone could answer my newbie question.

      Dealt to Uhhi2000 [ 3c, Kns ]
      bsc1001 calls [0,10 $]
      kazanan11 folds
      Bangkok6 folds
      Uhhi2000 checks
      ** Dealing flop ** [ 2c, Knd, 3s ]
      Uhhi2000 checks
      bsc1001 bets [0,60 $]
      Uhhi2000 calls [0,60 $]
      ** Dealing turn ** [ Es ]
      Uhhi2000 bets [0,60 $]
      bsc1001 raises [1,62 $]
      Uhhi2000 raises [4,20 $]
      bsc1001 raises [4,54 $]
      Uhhi2000 calls [1,36 $]
      ** Dealing river ** [ 3h ]
      ** Summary **
      Uhhi2000 shows [ 3c, Kns ]
      bsc1001 shows [ Ed, Eh ]
      bsc1001 collected [ 13,09 $ ]
  • 4 replies
    • Harrier88
      Harrier88
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      Joined: 01.05.2012 Posts: 1,971
      I assume an 'E' is supposed to be an ace?

      It's true that you had a Full House here, but bsc1001 was also holding a Full House himself, which unfortunately beat yours.
      There were two 3's on the board, and he was hitting a third ace on the turn, so his hand was AAA33, which beats your hand of 333KK.
    • uhhi2000
      uhhi2000
      Basic
      Joined: 04.04.2014 Posts: 2
      Ah I see, so the Aces combines with the 3s on the board even if he were not holding an 3 by himself. Thank you Harrier88!
    • Harrier88
      Harrier88
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      Joined: 01.05.2012 Posts: 1,971
      Yes, Hold 'em hands can always consist of any number of hole cards and community cards (unlike Omaha hands, which have to be made up of exactly two hole cards and three community cards).

      Always watch out for pairs on the board when you're holding a flush. Your hand is still strong, but not necessarily the nuts, since a Full House is possible.
    • UPAY4DINNER
      UPAY4DINNER
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      Joined: 27.09.2009 Posts: 21,923
      Thank you Harrier88 :)