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There are six community cards. What is this game, six pack? If so, it isn't clear to me which cards are in the 2, 4, 8 and 10 o'clock position. If it's just a version of texas hold-em where you can use any of the cards between your hole cards and the community cards, then: The best 5 card hand that Player 1 can make is K:hearts Q:hearts 7:hearts 6:hearts ...


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The probability of a straight flush is 72,192 : 1 Four of a kind 4,164 : 1 So like 600,000 : 1 For four in a row Over 141 hands dilute it by like 60 for 10:000 : 1


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If you play a lot of hands you are going to end up seeing all kinds of "rare" events happening in poker. Keep in mind that if a lot of players see the flop cheaply then these things will happen even more often. If you charge someone else a lot to draw cards, and they draw out on you from time to time then that's just the cost of doing business. Anyway, a ...


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K7 steals one winner from A2 K7 wins 3456 and K8 does not K8 does not steal 4567 as A2 does not have a piece of it


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Unless it is a bluff you are facing: two over cards this is what you are hoping for you are pretty close to a coin flip 1:1 QJ suited has a more ways to beat you so you are very close to 1:1 not suited not connected you are like a 57:42 favorite but A9o is not a likely push what 88 has going for it is that it is block on Q high straight or lower over pair ...


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It depends on what kinds of hands your opponent would go all-in with. If it's a tournament and he's short stacked in late position, he might have many types of hands. If it's a cash game or early in a tournament and he's got a relatively large stack, his range of hands is likely a lot tighter. Of course, if you know this opponent and his tendencies, you ...


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In my interpretation, I think you could change the word "safe" with unexploitable. If that's the case then you are talking about using Game Theory to find strategies that can't be beaten by your opponents. It's possible of course but very difficult. That said, even getting close to an approximate game theoretical strategy will make you very successful. That'...



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