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  When do you chop a pot with same pair?

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PostSubject: When do you chop a pot with same pair?   Mon Nov 21, 2011 3:08 pm

I play a lot of tournaments and have never understood when a chop pot is declared when two players have the same pair and one has a higher kicker.

Suppose SB has A-7 and BB has A-5 and the board runs AJJ9K - is that a chop pot because both players have two pair with all higher cards than their kicker? Suppose SB had AQ - would they get the whole pot because they have a card over the two jacks?

What about if SB had A-7 and BB has A-5 and the board runs AJK9Q? Does SB win the pot?

Sorry if this makes no sense but I'd love if someone explained this to me in simpler terms.
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PostSubject: Re: When do you chop a pot with same pair?   Mon Nov 28, 2011 3:58 pm

In Holdem the best 5 card hand is played so both players would have Aces and Jacks with a King kicker so it would be a chop.
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