Set Over Set

What Does It Mean in Poker?

Set over set is a situation in which two different players both have a set (aka three-of-a-kind) in a given hand. For example, if you hold 55, your opponent has 22, and the board runs out 52AJ7 you’re on the winning end of a set over set situation.

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