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The math done above does not take into account how many players are at the table, each of them have gotten 2 cards, you must remove those 2 cards from the equations for each additional player at the table. Also don't forget the burn card between each street. One card is discarded before the flop then another before the turn, and a final card before the river....


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One way that you can accomplish this is to run simulations. if you would like to do this yourself, you can give your 4 opponents random hands (or select from a range that you would think they would actually play) and keep track of who wins over thousands or millions of iterations with a program. The probability that you lose the hand will end up being the ...


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