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Times for Caution

It is always important to know where you stand with a particular hand. The tables below will help you understand when hands are vulnerable and what to expect with certain cards on the board.

Hands to be cautious with on certain boards
You Have: Watch For:
Nut Flush Pair on board, could mean full house or Quads
Nut Straight Pair on board, could mean full house or Quads
3 suited on board, could mean flush
Full House (using pair on board) Pair on board, could mean pocket pair with trips to possibly out-rank your full house
Trips (2 on board) Pair on board, could mean full house, Quads or potential trips (kicker quality)
High Pair 3 or 4 to a flush or straight on the board

Possible hands based on the board
Board Shows: Potential Hands:
2 or more suited cards Flush draw
Flush with 3 or more
3 consecutive cards with 0, 1 or 2 gaps Straight or straight draw
(Be cautious of tricky boards like 7,3,5 where a players cards could fill the holes to make a straight)
Pair on board Trips
Two pair
Full house
Quads
3 consecutive cards with 0, 1 or 2 gaps suited Straight flush
Straight
Flush
3 of a kind Full house
Quads






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