in test suite #4... NOTE: I'm calling rows top to bottom, (HIGH) ♠ - ♥ - ♦ - ♣ (LOW)
you have the choice between two straights:
#1) A♥ 2♠ 3♠ 4♦ 5♣
#2) 2♠ 3♠ 4♦ 5♣ 6♥
I was under the impression that A high always takes precedence
and since the A is tied with the 6, suite wise, I can't figure out why this second option would be the desirable solution
Is it because in this situation, Ace is low? Because if so, this hasn't been consistent throughout the Poker Series and now I'm just surprisedPikachu.jpg
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