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I am looking for the source code for a simple non-graphic command line 5 card poker program that will deal 2 hands and evaluate the winner based on the rules of standard poker.
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os012897 earned 150 total points
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Try http://www.evgr.com/poker/

Greetings,

        os

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I looked extensively and did NOT find this site!  Thank you!
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