RAY: Well, I think the only hand that guarantees her a winner --
TOM: Is to pick four tens.
RAY: Four tens.
RAY: If she picks four tens, no matter what I pick, she will always wind up with a better hand, because she can get a ten-high straight flush, and the best I can do is a nine-high straight flush - a straight flush beating four of a kind. So, if she picks four tens and I pick four aces, four aces loses to ten, nine, eight, seven, six of, say, hearts, for example.
TOM: Yeah. And it's not possible for you, knowing that that's what she's going to do.
RAY: Well, she does it first.
TOM: ...to prevent her from getting, so she picks the four tens, and you see her do that, right?
TOM: Why don't you pick...
RAY: So, I can go ahead and pick the nine of clubs, the eight of spades, in which case, if I do that...
TOM: If you do that, then she cannot get a ten-high flush, straight flush.
RAY: Yeah, but neither can you.
TOM: Neither can you.
RAY: Yeah. So she wins. I think that's the only, I may be wrong, but I think that's...
TOM: Where did you get this Puzzler? Did you make it up?
RAY: I don't remember.
TOM: You don't remember, my foot! You stole it! You know you did! It's very good, though.
RAY: So, do we have a winner?TOM: Yeah. The winner is Lee Arlger from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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