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You have to make a clear distinction about what you know up front and what not. If player #1 and player #2 get two cards, they have exactly the same chance that it's pocket aces. Now player #1 looks at his cards, but not player #2 and player #1 sees that he doesn't have pocket aces. Now he has knowledge about the deck and what was left: 50 cards, all aces ...


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To be brief, In poker a player is never dealt two CONSECUTIVE cards. this in my view changes the odds, No. while also making the number of people at the table as well as the players position a material factor. No. Since the desk is randomly ordered, the order of dealing does not in fact change the likelihood of receiving any two cards. In ...


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The odds of getting aces do not at all depend on the number of cards remaining in the deck. They depend solely on the number of cards in the deck (52), how many aces are in the deck (4), and how many cards you receive from that deck (2 in holdem). You have a 4 in 52 (or 1 in 13) chance to get an initial ace. If you get that first ace, you then have a 3 in ...



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