you split the pot between two straights
I reviewed this hand and it does look like it was awarded correctly. The rules of Omaha Hold’em are slightly different than Texas Hold’em and often this causes some confusion, with most people thinking that they’ve got a better hand that they actually do. In Omaha, a player must use two of their hole cards and three community cards to complete the best hand – in this case your best hand using only two hole cards would be Three of a Kind, Tens. In order to have the Full House, you would need to use three hole cards and this is not allowed in Omaha.
Dealer: mitke47 shows [ 5s Qs Jh 8c ] Straight, Nine to King Dealer: budabing shows [ Kh Qh Th Ts ] Three of a Kind, Tens Dealer: fradede shows [ As Qc 2s Jd ] Straight, Nine to King ----- Dealer: mitke47 wins 11,632 chips with Straight, Nine to King Dealer: fradede wins 11,632 chips with Straight, Nine to King
I hope that helps clarify.