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Play continues until all cards are dealt and all bets have been placed. Then you show your cards, starting with the person who placed the final bet first. The winner takes the "pot" which is all the bets that have been placed in the middle. Section II: Hand Values The winner is based upon who has the most valuable five card hand...
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If the same hand is tied for winner, the hand of higher value wins. Example would be out of a pair of sevens and a pair of sixes, the sevens would win. The card values are as follows starting with lowest and going to highest: 1. High card ? This is based upon the one card of highest value in the players hand...
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