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Over the long term, how often will AA lose a hand?
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How to Calculate Hand Odds in Texas Hold'em
@one.beat.consumer I have to agree with Rebecca here. The two answers you see on the question so far are an example of why questions like this are discouraged across the Stack Exchange network - they are short, mostly just links, and voting on them is just a matter of personal preference. There is no objective way to evaluate the answers, and so the question isn't a good fit for Stack Exchange's Q&A model. I agree that the site needs questions, but more than that you need good questions. Perhaps this one could be rephrased to be about the math involved rather than a list of tools?