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Two Pair

  1. Noun

    A hand containing a kicker and two groupings each with two cards of the same value, such as Qs-Qh-4c-4s-7d; the hand ranking immediately below a three of a kind and immediately above a pair. When multiple players have two pair, the winner is the player who has the highest of all the pairs. If both players have the same pair as their highest, the second-highest pairs are compared, and following that the kickers are compared if necessary.

    SAMPLE HAND:

    EXAMPLE: "I won the pot with two pair, Queens and fours."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues




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