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What are the odds of drawing the idiot end of the straight flush on the flop

In order for two people flopping a straight flush we need: a connected three straight flop, all cards having the same suit. No cards can be lower than a three or higher than a queen. player 1 ...
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Would you call all in with king high flush with a pair on the board?

My best simple answer would be "It depends". Folding here would likely be the most accurate option if you were working in a data vacuum. I have found that most of the time the player is not ...
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Chances of an opponent not having a flush on 3-flush board

This is quite difficult to answer without making some assumptions. You could just calculate the chances of your opponent having a hand with a maximum of one heart based on the known and unknown cards, ...
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Odds of King flush losing to Ace flush

On the turn there are 46 unknown cards (to you). There is only one ace and 7 other cards of the suite. There are combin(46, 2) possible hands. So the odds are 0.00676 = 1/148. But they are (likely)...
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What are the odds of drawing the idiot end of the straight flush on the flop

Start with flopping a straight flush. The odds are 1 / 64974. The only way to flop the idiot end is: xx345 xx456 xx567 xx678 xx789 xx89T xx9TJ xxTJQ Then all 4 suits. So there are 32 possible ...
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Flush on the board

More likely you need glasses. Looks to me that you actually had TJ of DIAMONDS. There is only one ten of hearts in each deck, so it wasn't both in your hand and on the board. You'd be surprised, I ...
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Trip Aces vs Possible Flush

Pre not sure what a 3 bet to 6 bb accomplishes. It has basically no fold equity. You would need to 3 bet to 10 bb. A6s is a good but not premium hand that wants to see a flop from middle to late ...
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Is a straight and a flush a straight flush?

I think you're playing Texas Hold'em. Player 1 wins the game. A straight in combination with a flush with different cards is the best hand a flush. The hand only looks at the first 5 best cards or ...
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What's the chance my opponent has a better flush?

tl;dr: it depends on a few things but the chances of opponent having a better flush is somewhere in the 43% area if we assume villain opens from EP and its HU between you and villain. He'll also have ...
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I don't understand why we lose with a flush, when you have 6 cards with the same symbol

In your example, player 1 has a flush AQJ95 (spades) and player 2 has a pair of kings only (KKAQ5) and will lose the hand. If player 2 in your example has the King of spades, then player 2 would have ...
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Would you call all in with king high flush with a pair on the board?

I would fold because; i doubt villain will be turning AcAx, QcQx & KcKx into a bluff. I don't think people 3bet Ac5x, Ac4x and Ac2x preflop often enough nor will they know that these are great ...
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Odds for straight or flush on the flop

Well. They are definitely not the same for each of those combinations. 56s is more likely to hit a straight or a flush than A5s. With any two suited cards, you hit a flush 11/50 x 10/49 x 9/48 = 0,...
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Trip Aces vs Possible Flush

Depending on what level of play this is... This can be brilliant or total fish. If you are playing with normal people, this is pretty bad; if you are playing with God-like pros, this is a decent line ...
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How many people need to call to make a bet on a flush draw worthwhile?

I believe the answer currently posted is incorrect. In the situation posed: If you bet x, and 1 person calls, then you need over 50% odds for a worthwhile bet. If you bet x, and 2 people call, then ...
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Odds of King flush losing to Ace flush

Lets say no other player had any card from that suit. so total card out of that suit are 5(2 your cards + 3 on flop). Now the probability of opponent having 2 cards from that same suit is 0.026 given ...
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Flush confusion

Player 1 wins this pot because player 1 has the best 5 card hand. player 1 best 5 card hand: 3 5 6 T Q (all clubs) player 2 best 5 card hand: 2 3 5 T Q (all clubs)
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Chances of an opponent not having a flush on 3-flush board

Using combination Having: combin(10,2) / combin(45,2) = 0.0454545455 = 1/22 Not having: 1 - 1/22 = 21 / 22 = 0.9545454545
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Probability / odds to flop flush or 4 flush

I just ran the numbers and thought it was worth posting Using Combination flops combin(50, 3) = 19600 3 flush combin(11, 3) = 165 / 19600 = 0.0084183673 = 0.84% = 1/119 2 flush combin(11, 2) = ...
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