# Tagged Questions

A poker player is drawing if they have a hand that is incomplete and needs further cards to become valuable. The hand itself is called a draw or drawing hand.

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### What is the definition of a “redraw”?

Very simple question... When people talk about outs and card odds they often will something to the like of, "i have about 4 outs not counting redraws" - what defines a redraw? If it matters, I am ...
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### side pot scenario

What happens if we have 4 players at the table with the following bets -player1 10\$ - all-in - Cards: 9d, 5h -player2 50\$ - all-in - Cards: 9h, 4h -player3 100\$ not all-in - Cards:2d,Kc ...
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### Flush draw against very aggressive player

Don't have position. I'm the BB Got dealt: 5♥ 9♥ Aggressive player raises to \$3 (as expected, he raises everything to \$3 and plays just about every hand, with few getting to showdown). ...
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### Up & Down Straight Draw VS Flush Draw Comparison

Why in Texas Hold'em Flushes are considered higher than Straights? Apparently, the probability that you will hit your up & down straight (8 cards) is lower than hitting your flush (9 cards). I am ...
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### Should this holdem hand result in a split pot?

In Holdem poker, on the board are 2 Kings /6/4/2. There are 2 players in the hand, one calling the other. One man has a king and a queen. The other has a king an a 9. My question is whether this a ...
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### Formula not checking out under certain conditions

According to wikpedia, you're call as a percentage of the entire pot should be less than the percentage you hit draws that would allow you to definitely win. let d = the percentage you hit one of ...
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### Nut flush draw shove

I tried finding an answer on a few sites first, but couldn't. Just wondering about nut flush draws on the flop. Hopefully I give enough info here, but I am just wondering if the following is the ...
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### Why is it easier to make a flush than a straight with four cards already matching?

In draw poker with five cards, if I have four cards with an open-ended straight draw, why is it a lower probability to get the fifth card for the straight than if you have four cards in a flush and ...