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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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here we split the pot based on Five hand rule. community cards are QQ995 P1-A3 , P2-AJ arrange the cards based on rule P1-QQ99A and P2-QQ99A so both players be the winner...in Two pair we need to check only 1 kicker card.


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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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There are a lot of things that effect the time it takes to play a tournament to the end besides the time of each round. Starting blinds compared to starting stacks, adding antes at a certain point, the amount of the increase at each round, rebuys etc. Surprisingly though, even if the number of players starting varies by a large amount, the time to play a ...


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