Monday, December 07, 2009

Son of Superfull

Back in August I told you about seeing a hand in which, when the board was complete, one player's seven cards were four kings and three jacks.

I have not seen that duplicated since (and wouldn't expect to for a long time), but tonight at the Venetian I saw maybe the next best thing: board of J-J-J-10-Q, and winning player with J-10 in hand. If the other one is a superfull, maybe this one should just be called quads full.

It seems a shame that in the Official Annals of Poker, the hand would be recorded with neither of the tens showing up.

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