use sixes in a sentence.
If memory serves me, my brownie pack was quite large and we were grouped in sixes with ’sixers’ as leaders … and so on.
But against four, JTs is the most likely of the three to win, while the sixes are the least.
Note that if we consider just the two hole cards, without taking advantage of the community cards, the sixes are the best hand, followed by the A7, with JTs bringing up the rear.
He told us that twenty chance devils very much feared in our country dwelt there in six different storeys, and that the biggest twins or braces of them were called sixes, and the smallest ambs-ace; the rest cinques, quatres, treys, and deuces.
The fact that the big road stars don't ride the sixes is a factor, too; but they all get paid so much money, nowadays.