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comment Over the long term, how often will AA lose a hand?
How often AA loses basically depends on how many people play. ANY hand will lose a majority of the time if all ten people play. But AA will win about 30% of the time in a full field. That's THREE TIMES more than the "statistical" 10%, which is why AA is so valuable.
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revised Over the long term, how often will AA lose a hand?
Trying to probe theory
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