So the situation was the following yesterday: 3 players in game:
I have two kings in my hand, and with the flop I receive a quad of kings, player 2 folds, player 3 goes all in - I call. He gets the royal flush hand only with the river.
Since we're playing with friends and not money, we give a few chips to the player who was eliminated so he can try again.
The next round the same player had another royal flush with the flop already.
What probability is there to make such a thing (considering only that the first round, there was a royal flush with the river, and all four quads with; and that the second round had a royal flush with the flop).
Here's the log (without player 2 who folded both rounds):
Player 1: A♠Q♠
Player ME: 9♡K♣
Flop till River: J♠K♡T♠K♢K♠
Player 1: A♣Q♣
Player ME: T♡8♡
Flop till River: J♣K♣T♣K♠Q♠
I know this may seem unbelievable and hoaxed, since the player 1 had the same card values, and the flop and the turn were the same valued-card.
If looking at ALL the coincidences (and just to make sure, it was his first royal flush and his second in his entire life; we're playing still very often at school) how big would be the probability of such a rare happening?