An over-flush occurs when a made flush loses to a stronger flush in a particular hand. For example, if you hold A♠ K♠, an opponent has J♠ T♠ and the board runs out 9♠ 2♦ 7♣ Q♠ 3♠, you’ve over-flushed your opponent.
The text below is based on the video above. Imagine taking a seat at a poker table in your regular game. On your first hand, the player on the button raises and you call from the big blind. The flop comes 6♠ 4♠ […]