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If the 5 cards down are flush [duplicate]

For example if on the table is alrdeady a flush and player 1 has a pair in hand and player 2 has king and queen Is draw or anyone wins ?
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Number of combinations for 5 from 52 cards neglecting suit

When considering the suit of the cards, 5 from 52 cards have 2598960 different combinations. But how many different combinations are possible when neither suit nor order of the cards are considered? (...
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Who's win in poker a's cards is 6&8 nd b's card is 10&8 nd fallen in cards 10,2,9,10,7 please give answer [duplicate]

Who's win in poker a's cards is 6&8 nd b's card is 10&8 nd fallen in cards 10,2,9,10,7 please give answer
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What do you think about this play1?

Please share you thought about my play. It looks like most likely I play to aggressive?
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What do you think about this play?

I am not sure if this was played well or not? WHat do you think, how would you play this hand ?
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Turn and river dealt twice, what is going on?

What is going on in this Omaha game at 2:50? Apparently turn and river are dealt twice.
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Did I play this hand correctly?

So I got JTs on the button and everyone folds to me, there's only one player left in the BB. I raise 1 BB and he calls. The flop comes 7 10 Q. I bet 1/2 of the pot since I have a blocking T and I ...
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Declared hands - winner declared and then changed

After a player has been declared the winner (4 Aces) after the other player declared he had a flush, the first player folded her cards and the other cards and passed them to the next dealer. After ...
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Post flop minimum raising [duplicate]

In a NL Texas Holdem tournament blinds are $100-$200. In a post flop situation I am first to act. What can the minimum raise be? What is the total bet that would include the minimum raise?
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Special entries like “C>4” or “R<2” in this chart

I came across this chart. I guess it is for limit Texas Hold'em, preflop betting strategy. R=Raise, C=Call etc. I don't understand the yellow entries like "C>4" and "R<2". What do they mean? ...
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Seven card no peak

Me, first one to show cards turns up a pair. Second person turns up all cards and dosent beat my pair. Can I then bet again on high hand, or does it move to next person to turn over his cards?
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Run it twice side pot case

I have read the earlier answers about run it twice and its meaning what I don't get is what will happen in case of side pots and all the players are all-in in different rounds. Suppose there are 4 ...
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Example of two pair by two different players [duplicate]

Flop was 7-K-6-A-A I had K-7 Opponent had K-Q Who wins?
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How many side pots possible in case of n player table (assuming n to be any number)

When number of players are 2 then there is only 1 pot possible that is main pot but as the number of players increases there can be more pots possible, So my question is how many pots are possible in ...
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Can someone help me out with the table balancing done in MTT's?

Gone through the Pokerstars table balancing article: https://www.pokerstars.com/help/articles/trn-table-balancing/10626/ I am considering two major factors while developing my own online poker table ...
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Can the big blind be considered late position pre-flop?

I’m reading through the opening hands chart in this poker strategy article: https://www.888poker.com/how-to-play-poker/strategy/texas-holdem/ All the literature I see says that the blinds are in ...
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According to traditional poker rules (excluding Texas holdem), can the ace be used as the low card in a A2345 straight?

According to traditional poker rules (excluding Texas holdem),can the ace be used as the low card of a straight?
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3-bet on straight flush possible board

Game technically is $1/2 "home game" but PRF bets are $15-35 depending on limpers and straddle. I'm $700 deep and villain covers me. Played only a couple of hands with villain so not yet adjusting my ...
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Texas Hold em. Who would win? [duplicate]

I had an A,3. My opponent had an A, J. The board was A, 3, K, K, 2. Who wins?
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Did I make a stupid mistake with JJ preflop?

Live MTT - blinds 1400/2800 (ante: 400) - 11 Players remain - ITM 9 players, 6 players on table Hero: UTG with 49500 behind, JJ raise to 8400 (3x) ...everyone folded... Villain: SB with ~90000 behind,...
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Tilting when chip is growing? [closed]

so this is happening quite frequently that I've set a hard rule. get up after 100 hands. but after 100 hands, im up 12x buy in. giddy and excited i keep bullying and folding. I have no problem ...
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High low Omaha question

With the board showing A2345 would a hand consisting of 67 win both the high and low? Or would a hand holding A2 in it win the low? Thanks
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How to deal with players who aggressively pre-flop all-in in low stakes hold-em?

I'm trying to improve my poker ability (only very recently started) so I am playing on online tables with no real money stakes. At least half of the players I come across just all-in pre-flop on every ...
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Probability of flopping two flushes

I flopped a K high flush, opponent flopped an A high flush. What are the chances of this happening? Thanks.
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Does Heads Up Hold ’em GTO assume a linear relationship between utility and money?

Would it be possible to exploit a GTO poker player if you recognized that you have different values than that player? For instance, if there are decreasing returns to money (such that your first ...
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Texas holdem dealing question

In Texas Holdem if 1 player sees the card that is being dealt to another player is he supposed to say? If so, is that card then shown to everyone and used as the burn card with the player getting a ...
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Review of hand played with QQ

Second hand of a tournament. Stacks all at 8000 chips. 10 players at table. Blinds 25/50. No ante. Pre Hero BB: 50 with QQ. MP: Raise to 150. Button: Raise to 450. Hero BB: Call. MP: Call. Flop (...
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Should fold AKo when 2 players already all-in?

8-handed MTT, no bubble factor yet, avg stack ~17bb: UTG ALL in ~20BB, TAG MP ALL IN 30BB, so called pro fold to HERO Big Blind AKo with 20BB? What if Hero only 10BBs leave and get around 40BBs?
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I want to know who is in the wrong…? [closed]

Playing online poker 2 nights ago I started the day a round 300$ up for the week... regardless I went on to dump the 300$...I then asked my friend to loan and send me 200$ this site is ran by 2 men ...
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Paradox after an evening of hold-em with 5 to 7 players

After almost a hundred hands, I would have expected that each player's chip stack at the end of the night would be just as likely to be odd as even. Instead, almost always, zero or two players have ...
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Confused about Omaha Hand

I know that I can only use 2 cards from my hand. If, for example, I get TT2Q in my hand and the board is QA347, then do I have: QQAT7 or TTAQ7 ? I already have Pocket 10's. Don't I have to play ...
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Why shove the river when your range is more than 50% value heavy?

From an example in Mastering Small Stakes No Limit Holdem (pg. 383): Notice that Hero [on the river] has nut hands slightly more often than bluffs. When this is the case, as long as Hero does not ...
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Please advise if there was a better way to play pocket T

I have laid out the how I played the hand below, can you advise if there is a better way I could had played it? Thanks. $0.10/$0.20 No Limit Hold'em Cash, 6 Players Preflop: Hero is UTG with T♦T♠ ...
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Why call with the top X% of your range when being laid X% pot odds (by an opponent playing GTO)?

The following hand data is taken from Mastering Small Stakes No Limit Holdem by Jonathan Little. Both hero and villain have known starting hand ranges that narrow as they get to the river. Below, I ...
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Reading a Western about stud poker and need some clarification -? [closed]

In a book's dialog, there are two characters: Smoke and Delaney (he's the kid) I don't know what "draw short" means. When it says "Here's yours and I'm drawing mine", I assume this means that cards ...
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Why can't one add the (outs/possible) fractions of hitting flush on turn and river for the overall chance given 4 suited on flop?

"This means that the total odds for completing a flush - which should matter for example if you're going all in after the flop - are (19.14%) + (19.5%*(1-19.14%)) = 34.96% (the odds of completing on ...
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Is there software that aids street by street range vs. range analysis of hand history?

Is there software that allows you to view a hand history such that you are able to populate each players range, and how you think that range changes from street to street? I'm aware of, i.e., ...
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Best poker coaching program [closed]

What do you think is the best poker coaching program out there? I am looking for a structured program and for this reason will not use pokerstrategy 2+2 or other sites that offer separate lessons. So ...
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Calling Pot Odds vs. Your Opponent's Bluffing Odds

From Mastering Small Stakes Holdem: What is going on in the first paragraph? Does it mean that if an opponent is laying your 2:1 pot odds, and if he is playing GTO, he will have ensured that 33% ...
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How do straddle and antes effect the absolute stake?

I had trouble phrasing the question correctly so forgive me for that. I will try to explain it the best way I can. Imagine a game where there is small blind (2 chips) big blind (4 chips), straddle (8 ...
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Poker hand analysis

NLH tournament in the money blinds 15 30 sb 1,950 J♠8♠ bb 1,889 K♠Q♣ Prelop sb bet 75 bb call 75 pot 150 Flop 6♣2♠7♠ sb 45 bb 175 sb call pot ...
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Bounty Builder tournament

Is it profitable to call two players with a smaller stack with any 2 cards in hand if the total gain per knocking out is more than a buy-in? For example: Buy-in = $33 Total received Knockouts = $...
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All in betting when you are last in chips

My friend said that if the player who goes all in has fewer chips then the other player(s) that the other player(s) have to go all in as well. I disagree. I thought the other player(s) had to only ...
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Theory of Preflop Opening Ranges

Question Summary: What are the theoretical drivers of pre-flop opening ranges? I see so many charts online and in books, and they all differ slightly. They are very rarely theoretically justified, ...
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How to deal with card dead in MTT?

I went to play a low buy in, turbo (15 min per level), big blind ante MTT like a week ago. And I feel frustrated on the game. on the first 6 level, I did not open any hand, and I have no idea what ...
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Deriving Sklansky's Formula for the Optimal Calling Frequency

The optimal calling frequency is the calling frequency which makes your opponent's expected value of always bluffing equal to his expected value of never bluffing. Theoretically, if you call bets with ...
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5 card flush on table [duplicate]

There was a 5 card flush on the table 5s 6s 10s Js Qs my buddy has a 5d and 6c hand I had 2s and Ac Is it a split pot because we both have flush, or should the pot be mine because I have the ...
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Hold Em poker How minimum raise changes [duplicate]

I am having difficulties at understanding minimum raise. From other answers I understand that minimum raise is equal to last bet. I do not understand if minimum raise changes from a round to the other....
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C-Betting on Flops that Missed Both You and Your Opponents?

From Analytical No-Limit Holdem: I don't understand the author's point very well here on why you should tend to c-bet pairs and ace highs (as well as weaker hands that are more likely ...
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Probability for 75% to 25% in Omaha8?

In Omaha Hi/Lo 8s or better, what is the probability for me to win 25% of the pot and 75% of the pot in this situation? For example: I have - A x x 2 Opponent has - A 2 6 7 Board is: Q 4 5 3 10 (...

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