The poker rules and hand hierarchies are the easiest part of the game to program -- we follow Hoyle's Rules of Poker to the letter. Sometimes poker hands can get complicated and confusing, but there is always a good explanation as to why a hand is called a certain way.
One of the coolest features of Replay Poker is the ability to replay any hand that you've played. Just take note of the hand ID number and you can find the replay using the search bar at the top of the page.
In addition to watching the hand play out again in front of you, you can also refer to the dealer chat to see what happened. It will look something like this:
Dealer: Androosh shows [ 2s 6h ] Pair, Nines
Dealer: sprouticus shows [ 4c Jc ] Two Pair, Nines and Fours
Dealer: sprouticus wins 34 chips with Two Pair, Nines and Fours
If you watch a replay and still aren't sure why a hand was called a certain way, we'll be happy to help explain what happened. Send us a quick message with a link to the hand replay, if possible, and one of our staff will review it asap.