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    Hi!
    Sorry for a stupid question. For preflop play, hand category 1 is AKs and AKo.
    if i have A spade, Ks is K spade. what Ko would be?

  • #2
    AKs = A K spades etc AKo + A hearts K clubs etc

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Babaulti View Post
      Hi!
      Sorry for a stupid question. For preflop play, hand category 1 is AKs and AKo.
      if i have A spade, Ks is K spade. what Ko would be?
      When s is used with both cards, it means the suit "spades" as in AsKs, AhKh, etc. When it's used singley after the pair of cards, it generally means "suited", as in AKs = ace-king suited. AKo = ace-king offsuit.
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      • #4
        OK... "o" means "offsuit", not 'overcar" . Now it makes sence
        Thank you very very much

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        • #5
          Yes, an over-card is a card that is of higher value to any cards on the board. For example if you hold A9 and the flop is 258 then you have two over-cards. If you hold A9 and the flop id 10JK then you have one over-card. Hope that helps.

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          • #6
            I have changed my ways to this AKs = spades AKh = hearts AKc = clubs AKd = diamonds AKo = Ace King off suite Overcards = I've lost enough and it's time for bed. evil:
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            • #7
              Originally posted by TheLangolier View Post
              When s is used with both cards, it means the suit "spades" as in AsKs, AhKh, etc. When it's used singley after the pair of cards, it generally means "suited", as in AKs = ace-king suited. AKo = ace-king offsuit.

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