This is a discussion on Interesting draws within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; I don't know that I've received the exact same hand twice in a row before. Not only same cards, but same position. This screen shot 


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got 10d/7c at the same time on all 3 was very disturbing 
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There are only 2,652 unique starting hands, therefore your chances of being dealt consecutive duplicates is 1:2,652. Add the 1:2 odds of hitting the same order & your odds are 1:5,304, or 0.0188% of the time. Every 5,300 hands, you should expect to see this.
Despite Nek's assertion, those odds are much thinner then getting consecutive A's. AA occurs 1:220 or 4.5% of the time. In other words, each time you get dealt AA, you have a 4.5% chance of catching it the next hand. You probably have received consecutive duplicate hands previously, but there are many hands that don't require much scrutiny to lay down. I know that I have received 72o consecutively and never looked close enough to determine if they matched. Poker is a game of probabilities. Situations like these remind us that after hitting 1:5,304, an opponent catching the "miracle" 1 outer on the river (1:44) isn't really that unheard of. Edit: Just noticed your post count vs. the AA poster. Guess much of the above was old news to you. 
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Just to be sure I'm reading correctly, getting AA (or ATC) in a row (minus suite and position) is 1:220, but to get the exact same suited two cards is 1:2651 and to add the exact same spot is 1:5304? 
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No, the odds of getting AA 2 times running are not 1:220. The deck has no memory. The odds of catching AA are the same every single deal, regardless of what you held previously. If you reread my post, I gave the odds for hitting AA, after you already caught it once. Put another way, it's not the probability of catching ATC 2x running, it's the probability of hitting these two cards, on the next deal. 
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Maybe I misunderstood your clarification request.
So long as you are not predicting the first hand, then yes, the odds are as stated. Every single hand you get, your odds of catching the same cards, in the same order on the next deal are 1:5,304. Every PP you get, your odds of catching the same PP on the next deal are 1:220. 