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Player 1's hand (best 5-card choice) is 3322A, so two-pair, threes and twos. Player 2's hand (best 5-card choice) is 55337, so two-pair, fives and threes. Since fives beat threes, player 2 wins the hand.


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So firstly it's a music video, and whatever they're doing isn't poker. However if somehow you're playing some game with a joker wildcard, poker is a 5 card game, 5 aces would win. Both players have 5 aces, CHOP IT UP!


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So typically people don't refer to the blinds as stakes, however it's technically still correct. Normally when people stake in poker it has connotations of being connected to a backer (i.e. someone giving the player funds to play). Anyway in the context at what you've posted: Lower stake - More common to see people refer to the this as the small blind(SB). ...


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Tournaments will have a targeted time, but may generate a winner before or after that point based on how the participants play. You're not going to guarantee a stopping point to the minute. I suspect that the blind structure that site creates has a "target" round when a winner is predicted, but includes a few more rounds just in case. All the on-...


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It is simply when a player does not fold before the flop. Folds pre-flop + flops seen = 100%. If a player is dealt 100 hands, and stays for the flop 32 of those hands, he saw 32% of the flops. I am assuming your talking about Holdem Omaha and other flop games. I would take it a little further and also do the same with the turn and the river.


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I'm assuming this is Texas Hold'em. In Texas Hold'em, you play the best 5-card hand you can, regardless of whether those cards come from your hole cards or the community (board) cards. That means a player could make a hand with any of these combinations: 3 community cards + 2 hole cards 4 community cards + 1 hole card 5 community cards + no hole cards ...


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Will the OTG strategy give a positive reward if an opponent plays non-optimally? I am 99.99999999% sure that the answer is yes. I don't have a mathematical proof, but here are two intuitive arguments: Play many hands against the Cepheus bot. You will loose money in the long run no matter what strategy you choose. For the following toy poker game below I ...


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