New answers tagged nlhe
Actually, wouldn't the odds be calculated much differently based on what game you are playing? If you are playing Texas hold'em as above and the King-Ten suited sit on the board. If you are holding the 9 in your hand, the odds of some one holding the ace are 1 in 45 given the 5 cards on the table and the 2 in your hand. Or am I way oversimplifying the ...
The only way to lose with a King high straight flush is to a royal flush of the same suit. That means that the KQJT must all be community cards. The last community card is either the 9 or you have it as a pocket card. Case 1: 9 is on the board. The odds of this are the same as getting dealt a royal flush in 5 card stud: 20/52 * 4/51 * 3/50 * 2/49 * 1/48 ...
The player at your table is an idiot, obviously. Under his theory player B that raised the $500 bet to $1000 with 2 $500 chips should not have been allowed either since by removing one of his $500 chips wouldn't constitute a legal raise. He is completely misinterpreting the rule. The rule is simple. If you are facing a bet and throw in multiple chips, it is ...
A. 2♣ 8♥ 9♥ - 5♥ - T♥ B. 6♥ 7♥ C. J♥ Q♥
Top 50 recent answers are included