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1) According to http://wizardofodds.com/games/poker/, the probability that you can see quads at a 9-player table (assuming no one ever folds) is: 0.013183% or ~ once every 7586 hands 2) For your bonus question, I am not quite sure if that's what you are looking for, but have a look in here: ...


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Yes you are ranting. Really you are counting and seeing 4 of a kind once every 100 - 150 hands. If you are counting then you would have a number not a range. The chance of 4 of a kind in 5 cards is 4,164 : 1 You are not playing with 5 cards you are playing with 7 The chance of 4 or a kind in 7 cards is 594 : 1 9 players is 9 hands so roughly 65 : ...


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So an 8-handed table and it is folded round to the SB who has 22 and raises, AK suited in the BB shoves and SB calls. Stats show AKs is 50.1% equity but this cannot be the reality because of the chance that amongst the 12 cards in the muck there is at least one other ace or king. Taking out the SB and BB cards there are 48 cards left of which 12 (25%) are in ...


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I'm not familiar with .NET and stuff. I probably should mention that I'm not a professional programmer myself. But there surely are a lot of great libraries in pure C. Using C++ and i5 CPU I personally get about 4.4 million hands/s in Monte Carlo with 3 players and 2.3 million with 6 players. But that's just raw unoptimized Monte-Carlo. Brute-force ...



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