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## What are the odds of being dealt pocket kings?

Pocket kings are an automatic 82% against any two random cards if you’re against one player. That number sinks to 68% if you’re against two other opponents. Finally if four opponents come along for the ride then you’re basically 50/50.

## How often do suited connectors flop a draw?

suited connectors can present some real postflop problems. THEN we get into the drawing element of suited connectors. Notice that 76s flops a flush draw 11% of the time and an open-ended straight draw 10% of the time. So roughly 21% of the time 76s will flop some sort of decent draw.

## What is the probability of being dealt a pocket pair pre-flop?

According to Wikipedia, the probability of being dealt any pocket pair as the starting hand is ~6% (78/1326=0.0588), but yet the probability of facing another player holding a larger pair when holding a pocket pair yourself in pre-flop is significantly high especially when you’re playing with 6 or more players.

## How often do you hit the flop?

How often do you flop a set? Every ambitious poker player should know this number by heart: roughly 12% of the time or once every 9 times you see a flop with your pair. A scenario many poker players are afraid of is the dreaded set over set: you flop a set but one of your opponents flops a better set.

## How often do you flop a straight?

How often do you flop a set? Every ambitious poker player should know this number by heart: roughly 12% of the time or once every 9 times you see a flop with your pair.

## What are the odds of hitting a flush with 2 suited cards on the flop?

1 in 118

The odds of flopping a flush when you have two suited cards is 1 in 118, but even when you do flop a flush, you have to be careful that your flush holds up for the rest of the hand.

## How likely are pocket pairs?

## What are the odds of hitting trips on the flop?

Important Set Over Set Odds

Scenario | Probability | Odds |
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If you have a pair, you hit a set (trips) on the flop | 11.7551% | 1:8 |

Being dealt a pair and flopping a set | 0.6915% | 1:144 |

If two players have pair, both flop a set | 1.0176% | 1:97 |

Heads-up both players are dealt a pair and flop a set | 0.0024% | 1:42,305 |

## How do you calculate flop odds?

Total number of flop combinations. To work out this probability we simply multiply the probability of 3 individual cards being dealt. (1/52) * (1/51) * (1/50) = 132,600 possible flops.

## What are the odds of hitting a straight on the flop?

Basic Strategy Advice

Method (Straight) | Probability (%) |
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Flopping a Straight with any connector | 1.04 |

Flopping a Straight with a one-gapper from 53 to QT | 0.96 |

Flopping a Straight with any one-gapper | 0.85 |

Flopping a Straight with any two-gapper from 52 to KT | 0.64 |

## What are the odds of hitting a gutshot straight draw?

If you have a gutshot on the flop, you have an 8.5% chance of making a straight on the turn and a 16.5% chance of making a straight by the river. Gutshots are less popularly referred to as inside straight draws, middle-pin straight draws, and bellybuster straight draws.

## What are the odds of being dealt certain starting hands?

Odds of being dealt certain starting hands Hand Probability Odds A-Ks (or any specific suited cards) 0.00302 331-1 A-A (or any specific pair) 0.00453 220-1 A-Ks, K-Qs, Q-Js, or J-10s (suited cards 0.0121 81.9-1 A-K (or any specific non-pair, incl. sui 0.0121 81.9-1

## What are the odds of getting 13 cards of the same suit?

Hello! I’m trying to figure out how to calculate the odds of being dealt 13 cards of the same suit out of a standard 52 card deck. Example: Say you were to deal 13 cards to 4 players, what are the odds of one player having 13 of the same suit.

## What are the odds of winning a hand of Poker?

Odds of being dealt certain starting hands Hand Probability Odds Connected cards, 10 or better 0.0483 19.7-1 Any two cards with rank at least queen 0.0498 19.1-1 Any pocket pair 0.0588 16-1 Any two cards with rank at least jack 0.0905 10.1-1

## How many hands are there in a deck of 52 cards?

We will not be concerned with the order in which these cards are drawn, so each hand is a combination of five cards taken from a deck of 52 cards. There are a total number of C (52, 5) = 2,598,960 possible distinct hands. This set of hands forms our sample space .