Lee Daniel Crocker
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What is minimum raise when starting a new round of betting in NLHE?
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In no-limit play, the minimum opening bet for each round is the same; it does not go up on the turn like a limit game. It is usually the amount of the big blind, but sometimes more (there are 1/2 ...

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What happens if I get all 5 cards the same?
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If you, as a player, spot an irregularity of the deck (5 of a rank, 2 indentical cards, mismatched back, joker in a game that doesn't use it, etc.) You are obligated to tell the dealer/floor/other ...

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Do all players have to show their hand if they check on the river?
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Upon showdown, all hands can be shown, which means that if player A asks to see player B's hand, he is entitled to see it. More often, however, a player with a good hand will show first, and the ...

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On the river what is the ruling when a player shows his hand before the action is complete?
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If you suspect he was helping player 3, you can bring that up to the TD, and he finds that the one of the players staked the other or that they have done this kind of soft play in the past, he may ...

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5 cards game - Full House x 4 of a kind statistics
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The chance of a full house is the same whether you draw one or two. Drawing two slightly increases your chance of quads. Drawing one is more deceptive--it will generally cause your opponent to put you ...

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Texas Hold'em, what's the winning hand?
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Poker hands have exactly 5 cards, no more, no fewer. Your hand is 6s 6c 4s 4d Ad : two pair, sixes and fours, ace. His hand is Ks Kc 6s 6c 4s : two pair, kings and sixes, four. He wins.

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Checking from behind
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At all times in poker, you are ethically required to play your hand in a way that benefits you, and only you. If you make a play for the benefit or someone else at the table, you are cheating all of ...

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Effect of number of players in the probability distribution of poker hands
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Probability is about information. It is a measure of certainty: how certain can you be that a future event will or will not happen. It is dependent only upon the information you have. You are dealt ...

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High Card only count
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If you mean distinguishable hands, 1277. http://www.suffecool.net/poker/7462.html If you mean all hands, dantiberian's 1302540 is correct.

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What are the chances of losing with a King high Straight Flush?
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If you just deal out five-card poker hands to yourself and one opponent and simply show them down, your odds of losing with a K-high straight flush are 1,533,938 to 1. If you're playing 9-handed Texas ...

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Do you guys believe online poker room is a scam?
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The bad news: if you play poker online, you ARE being cheated. No ifs, ands, or buts. If not by the site, then by other players colluding over the phone, or writing bots, or exploiting bugs in the ...

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