This is a discussion on repeat cards within the online poker forums, in the Poker Rooms section; I have seen this a few times, anyone else? I get say, A8s and the very next hand I get the very same cards. The
I have seen this a few times, anyone else? I get say, A8s and the very next hand I get the very same cards. The odds have to be pretty high to have that happen I would think. Oh well, just an observation.
I've noticed on a couple sites that quite often the cards I had a hand or two ago ends up in someone elses pocket across the table. And even more common is the call bb to see the flop and the flop is boat material of the two cards one card off of what I have. Probrably just my luck though.
12th February 2007, 9:39 AM
Game: NL Holdem
Recently I had a run of AJ on four out of five hands. Not the same suits but still very strange.
I've gotten pp queens three hands in a row. Queen of spades couldn't get enough of me, kept coming back for more
12th February 2007, 6:29 PM
Poker at: Full Tiltin
Game: Final Tables
Last night I was multi-tabling. I got 77 three hands in a row on one table. I also got 77 on another table at the same time. Then about 2-3 minutes later I got it again. I wish it was AA I was getting in waves.
It was extremely odd. I can't remember hitting a set with any of them either .
12th February 2007, 6:30 PM
Game: NL Hold 'em
There are only 52 unique cards in a deck. Online, you can play tens of thousands of hands over the course of a week or two. What would be weirder is if repeat cards/flops/whatever your mind finds interesting enough to actually notice didn't happen.
12th February 2007, 6:35 PM
Poker at: none
i once had the statisticly impossible (nearly) 2 running hnds the board made quads kings and aces was crazy
12th February 2007, 9:38 PM
anfield great 
Online Poker at: pokerstars
have u ever noticed that when u get the same cards twice in a row or on 2 different tables at the same time u win a small one and lose a big one dammit
14th February 2007, 3:43 AM
Poker at: ultimatebet
re: Poker & repeat cards
when playing several tables at the same time i often get identical pocket cards. if they're good hands usually one wins but never both. i've been lucky or unlucky enough to get AA a couple of times in a row. boy that's dangerous.
14th February 2007, 1:27 PM
Online Poker at: William Hill
Obviously it is completely random, but like in my real time games I sometimes base the strength of my hand (pre-flop) on what happened last hand. I.E - If I saw trip 8's and I pick up an 8 I feel that there is a good chance of it popping up.
Now, in real time this works because a lot of the players I play with are quite possibly the most inept shufflers/dealers in the world, but online there is absolutely no justification for using it. But still I do.