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I am looking for a list of quick poker facts similar to what WSOP (App) shows when a game is loading.

For e.g.

A player with a two pair at flops has a 16.7% chance of getting a full house.

I am looking for a comprehensive facts/tips cheat sheet.

Another example could be:

1) Ace high is the biggest straight possible.

2) There are no split pots in a flush hand unless it is a table flush. 
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  • "There are no split pots in a flush hand" What if the flush is made by the cards on the board – David Oct 9 at 6:59
  • @David Great catch! I will edit it. – technazi Oct 9 at 14:38
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These quick tips are all backed by the fundamental math and rules of poker. I would recommend that instead of memorizing facts/tips, it would be more beneficial to gain a thorough understanding of these rules and math.

Some things I would recommend learning and getting very fast at calculating are:

  • counting outs
  • calculating pot odds
  • calculating equity vs. a hand
  • the 2% 4% rule for counting outs as equity

if you insist on a list of poker facts, I found one that might be something that you are looking for but it purely contains odds and outs. https://www.cardplayer.com/poker-tools/odds-and-outs

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The list can be almost as big as you want, so I'd follow Clarko's advice. Here you have something that extends the "A player with a two pair at flops has a 16.7% chance of getting a full house." tip

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