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The short answer is that the other cards don't matter? Why, because the cards are just as likely to have been folded, as they are to still be in the stub of cards to be dealt out. You can't differentiate the cards in that way, so you don't need to account for them in any special way.


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Assuming you know nothing about the cards dealt, they don't matter, so the 66% holds up. In most calculations we would just ignore the folded cards since we don't have any definite information about them. If you want to factor them in, you can no longer calculate your exact pot equity, since you don't know how often your opponents are folding hands like Ax, ...



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