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What is a small card in a texas holdem preflop hand?

A small card, sometimes called a "rag", is usually any card that isn't a face or paint card, which includes the 10. So anything from the 2 to the 9 may be considered a small card, although some ...
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What are the top money making starting hands?

In comment on another question you wanted to know what worked for you. I suggest you elevate your play rather than just look at what worked. If you are not getting paid off with AA KK then you are ...
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Pre-flop decision making factors

Nice question and I think the factors you are considering are by far the most important ones to remember. However I'd also say remember, as you also mentioned, the position of players who raised ...
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Does AA have the highest Equity in "double-board-bomb-pot" with 9 players?

Given the following: we know AA is the best starting hand in regular 9-handed NLHE there is no action before the flop in double board bomb pots we are considering the strength of the hand before we ...
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If there are no random numbers

The accepted algorithm is Fisher–Yates shuffle. It was developed in 1938 and still sites have used bad algorithms. -- To shuffle an array a of n elements (indices 0..n-1): for i from n−1 downto 1 ...
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Looking for website to easily create charts for starting hand ranges (Texas Holdem)

I suggest you two option : Online with this On pc,(best in my opinion) Equilab is a free software here where do you able to save your range. Keep in mind : many poker room, like pokerstars, don't ...
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Why are the odds 16 to 6 that any given player does not hold a pocket pair?

I don't see the jump in logic, either. Your opponent's odds of having a pocket pair should be the same 1/17 that you have. I have no idea where he gets the 16 to 6 figure. There are 16 ways to have ...
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Three players, three pocket pairs?

That number seems high to me so I ran it. The chance of a straight flush is 72,192:1 and three pocket pairs seems harder to make than a straight flush. The chance of 4 of a kind is 4,164:1 and that ...
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Is there a formula to calculate starting hand ranking?

No. There is no "generic" way of calculating the equity of a given confrontation except for calculating it directly. For example, bigger pairs have a 4:1-ish advantage over smaller pairs, but the odds ...
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How to count the number of starting hands in Texas Hold 'em

Probability of a pair is 3/51, because the first card dealt does not matter. Any card can pair up. The second card needs to be of the same rank as the first card. There are 3 cards left that satisfy ...
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In Poker tournament, when we need to start Hand in Hand (Bubble)?

< TL;DR > Bubbles and Hand-for-hand play are not the same thing, although hand-for-hand play is most often imposed right before the bubble bursts. You shouldn't have 20 players over 4 tables, ...
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Three players, three pocket pairs?

For three pocket pairs: One player has a pair: 13*4c2 / 52c2. Another player has a pair: (12*4c2 + 1) / 50c2. For the case of having the same value of first player, I add 1 (there is only one ...
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Distinct head-to-head match ups in holdem

How to get the 169 13 pair 78 unsuited 13 x 12 / 2 78 suited 13 x 12 / 2 Say I have a pair match up against unsuited The unsuited can have No matched to my suits High card match to one of my ...
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