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Best hand versus AA

Statistically what is the best hand versus AA (other than AA) I had read 56, 67, 78 Suited not the suit of any ace 56 being the best I cannot figure how 56 is better Ran on poker stove ...

probability statistics pre-flop  
user avatar asked by paparazzo Score of 7
user avatar answered by Raymond Score of 6

Holding a pair and two pair are on the board. Who wins?

I have a question. In Texas holdem if someone has a pair and two pair are on the board who wins the hand?

pocket-pair  
user avatar asked by Stephen Score of 2
user avatar answered by Chris Farmer Score of 14

How do you determine which player needs to show their cards first?

When all the cards are out and betting is done, which player is required to show their cards first? Does it vary based on whether or not there was betting in the final round? Is there a standard ...

rules dealing  
user avatar asked by msergeant Score of 17
user avatar answered by Chris Marasti-Georg Score of 17

How do I Calculate Expected Value of Shoving, including Fold Equity, in heads up play?

How do I calculate my expected value of shoving, including Fold Equity, in heads up play? I know several factors are involved Pot Size My Stack His Stack My chance of winning if he calls His chance ...

betting-strategy ev heads-up  
user avatar asked by Brian Webster Score of 12
user avatar answered by Jeffrey Blake Score of 14

Starting hands probability

The following is a passage from Wikipedia on starting hands probability: The 1,326 starting hands can be reduced for purposes of determining the probability of starting hands for Hold 'em—since ...

texas-hold-em probability  
user avatar asked by Theo Score of 12
user avatar answered by Theo Score of 6

What are some examples of good, free poker tournament software?

I'm looking for a good and free software that will help me setup a poker tournament structure. The idea is to keep simple stats about the game in a screen available for everyone to see during the ...

tournament software  
user avatar asked by chitty Score of 12
user avatar answered by Chris Score of 3

Why is 4, 3, 2, A, K not considered a straight in Texas Hold'em Poker?

I am studying probability at the moment, and find myself often having to deal with calculating the probability of poker hands, and thus have to be crystal clear on the definition of poker hands. A ...

texas-hold-em rules  
user avatar asked by bzm3r Score of 2
user avatar answered by Grinch91 Score of 6
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