I hope anyone can help me, the math goes way over my head. I just had the most unlikely game. At a 9 person hold'em table, I first got beaten by three separate people, all with 5555. Then I won a hand with a straight flush. All this happened within the space of 141 hands. I'm just really curious what those odds are, but not sure how to calculate them. Thanks in advance.
This is not possible to calculate [because you'd have to know how all the players play in all situations], but you could certainly figure out how often it normally occurs if you had a large enough data sample. I don't so I'll go with the answer: it's slim.