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Most of them run X number of random deals. Monte Carlo method Typically with R. They will do some advanced stuff. There are like 10^60 possible boards but only 2.1 million unique combinations. The order does not matter. So they will take random combinations or possibly all combinations. I made one and just run 10,000 random deals and it seem to be within ...


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How often statistically, should any player at a 9 seat table be getting 4 of a kind? Even if they fold and I don't see it, what's the general odds of 1 in 9 players making 4 of a kind? The cardinality (whole possible hole + commie cards) is 52 taking 7: 133784560 The desired scenarios for you involve freezing 4 cards being equal (13 scenarios) and 3 out of ...



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