# Equal situation different results

Hi
Im new here, maybe i don’t know some game rules but I think in equal situation we would have equal results
Watch these two hands, in both, i and someone else had a card to win, but in first hands the opponent won! In second one we both won! Why?

Hi Bahram,
Thank you

Sorry
These are the hands

Both had pair kings but he won!
https://www.replaypoker.com/replay/848538127/pair-kings

Both had three six both won!
https://www.replaypoker.com/replay/848538486/three-of-a-kind-sixes

Hi Bahram
In the first example, I could not see the kicker you had in your hand, but as the winner has AK for his two pairs then I am assuming you had a lower kicker than an ace. Therefore the AK won.
In the second example, you both had three sixes and shared the A and K to make up your winning hands from the A and K on the table. Therefore you both won.
I hope this helps.

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Hi grapevine

Theses are screenshots of the results

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Hi @Bahram19!

grapevine explained it right. To add to that, I’m showing here your best hands as well as your opponent’s to better explain the results.

Your best hand: K♥ K♣ T♦ 9♦ 4♠
Your opponent’s best hand: K♥ K♠ A♦ T♦ 9♦
You both have Pair, Kings, but since they have a higher kicker A, and yours was T, your opponent won this hand.

Your best hand: 6♥ 6♦ 6♠ A♥ K♥
Your opponent’s best hand: 6♥ 6♦ 6♣ A♥ K♥
You and your opponent have the same exact best hand, so the pot was split and you both won.

Thanks