The act of randomness and poker calculators?
I read in a book that I can't seem to remember the name of, that in the act of randomness, it does not matter what whole cards you have or know of, the chances of any next coming up will always have an equal chance of being any of the suits.
So basically this tells
me that if you have a flush draw, and you were to go all in having the TURN and RIVER cards left, there should always be a 50% chance of a flush coming?
But in poker calculators it says something like 32% chance of making a flush?
This might sound dumb, but any insight on the subject would be great.