Suppose you have been dealt “4♡, 5♡”.
Suppose you have one opponent. What is the conditional probability that you will win, given these two cards in hand, and that the board is “3♢, 4♢, 4♣, 4♠, 5♢”?
With this board, we have four of a kind. The only way the opponent will beat it is with a straight flush. How many possible two cards does the opponent have that can make a straight flush, regardless of order.?
What if you have two opponents? What is the conditional probability that you will win?
I am a little confused on these questions. Any help is appreciaited!