What is a Nut Flush Draw in Poker?

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Last Updated: January 30, 2024

Nut Flush Draw

A nut flush draw in poker is when you’re drawing for the strongest flush. This doesn’t necessarily mean you have the absolute nuts, as it is possible that an opponent can make a stronger hand.

Nut Flush Draw Poker Example:

Let’s say you have an Ac 6c, and the board after the flop reads Ks Tc 8c. Since no one can possibly make a higher flush than you, you have a nut flush draw.

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