Earlier today, I decided to check my JOB strategy to see if I was still sharp. On the Wizard of Odds trainer, I was dealt this: 9 clubs, 7 hearts, J clubs, 10 diamonds, A clubs I held the jack and ace of clubs and got an error message saying I should hold the 9, jack and ace of clubs. The chart on Wizard of Odds gives this strategy: The Wizard's Simple Strategy 1. Full house or better 2. 4 to a royal flush 3. Straight, three of a kind, or flush 4. 4 to a straight flush 5. Two pair 6. High pair 7. 3 to a royal flush 8. 4 to a flush 9. Low pair 10. 4 to an outside straight 11. 2 suited high cards 12. 3 to a straight flush 13. 2 unsuited high cards (if more than 2 pick then pick lowest 2) 14. Suited 10/J, 10/Q, or 10/K 15. One high card 16. Discard everything Is the Wizard program wrong on telling me to hold the 9 of clubs, is there a rule I'm missing on his strategy chart or am I just not getting something? I can't make a straight flush with those 3 cards and I don't believe I should hold 3 to a flush over 2 high cards. Any ideas anyone?