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Thinking the software is rigged is an example of the gambler's fallacy. It is possible for lots of rare events to happen in short succession, just as it is possible to not see quads for a long time. Humans are good at recognising patterns so remember similar events easier than when they don't happen. I.e., you don't keep track of the time when you didn't see ...


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all poker games use somedevice such as antes blind or forced openning bet to get something to play for in the pot.Blinds have evvolved into the preferred method for BUtton games like holdem, Omaha Holdem and DRaw games. STud games ten toward ANte and a forced bringin.A new trend in tournament poker is to have the big blind also post antes for thewhole table....


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The probability to have a four of a kind of a specific figure on seven card is 1/7735, so as there is 13 figure, it's 13/7735 = 1/595 to see one on a round. It's 1/14243 to see it at least 6 times in 400 hands. As you play 200 000 hands, you have 500 samples, so it's 1/29 to see at least one time 6 four of a kind in 400 hands on 500 sessions. 1/30, it's ...


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Not sure the best way to calculate this, but I did a brute-force count. I examined if any 2-card hands when added to the 2598960 possible 5-card boards formed a straight. Some of these 2-card hands are impossible (such as having pocket aces when 4 aces are on the board). But I think that there is no case where this creates a straight when one is impossible,...


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IN PENNY BLIND GAMES PLAYERS ALMOST NEVER FOLD.THIER INABILITY TO FIGURE OUT HOE BAD THE PRICE THYE ARE PAYIN IS ONE OF THE THINGS THAT MAKE THEM BAD PLAYERS. YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THAT WHEN YOU HIT A HAND. IF THE PLAYER HAD POCKET DUECES BEFORE THR FLOP HE/SHE/ WAS THE FAVORITE BY A FEW POINTS. ak PLAYS BETTER AGAINST A LAGER FIELD, SO WHILE YOU DO WANT TO ...


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