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I ran a simulation of around 5K hands and i found the following: 88 vs A9s (84% to win) Four of a Kind, won 128 times (3%) Full House, won 999 times (20%) <--- Three of a Kind, won 3113 times (62%) 88 vs KJs (82% to win) Four of a Kind, won 116 times (2%) Full House, won 900 times (18%) <--- Three of a Kind, won 3125 times (63%) I ...


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Assuming that you are comparing each of these hands to yours alone, and the only known cards are the two hands and the board, then your equity against each is 0.8125 / 0.1875. (39 to 9). If you are talking about a hand in which both of these opponents exist at the same time, then your equity is 0.8478 / 0.1522 (39 to 7). You are correct that both opponents ...



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